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Etcetera Theatre announces more plays for 2012.
The Etcetera Theatre, Camden, has announced more plays for early 2012 - they are:
11 Jan 2012 - 13 Jan 2012
Party, written by Tom Basden, directed by Matthew Radway, produced by Stone Fox Productions, cast includes Joseph Banks, Lauren Orrock, Owen Petty, Sam Prior, Harriet Layhe, Tom Gilbert. In a humble garden shed in deepest Suburbia, four young idealist university students have decided to form a new political party to save the world from itself. The new member, Duncan, sets about saving the world from them. Party is a play about small minds tackling big issues – China, sex trafficking, cycle lanes, unfair trade coffee, whether to call the party ’The Friendly Party’ or ’Gladios’. And when, exactly, they should break to eat a cake.
31 Jan 2012 - 19 Feb 2012 (early evening)
Three Of Hearts, written by Sarah Goddard, produced by Five One Productions. The tragic tale of three people, tangled together by fate. A mother, a man and a lover shed light on the young boy that connects them all. A poignant and heartbreaking look into the boundaries of society.
31 Jan 2012 - 19 Feb 2012 (late evening)
The Lift, written by Kieran O’Rourke, Andy McLeod and Lawrence Russell, produced by Five One Productions. An Englishman, an Irishman, and a Jew get trapped in a lift... Funny, intelligent and moving look at what happens when life takes everything out of your control. Three men, one box and a lifetime of choices!
06 Mar 2012 - 25 Mar 2012
The London Spring, written by Francis Beckett, directed by Christine Kimberley. Michael, a prosperous American doctor, is in London for the first time. On Waterloo Station, a pretty girl steals his wallet, a tramp sells him a square of toilet paper for five dollars, and precious and dangerous drugs are stolen from him. Trying to get them back, he’s plunged into the darkness and despair that is London in the 2020s.