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GAGARIN WAY TRANFERS TO ARTS THEATRE 26th FEB 02
The Royal National Theatre Studio & Traverse Theatre Company production of Gagarin Way by Gregory Burke, will transfer to the Arts Theatre from 27th Feb 02 to 4th May 02. (The show closes at the National on 31st Jan 02)
Directed by John Tiffany, this drama opened at the Royal National Theatre in September and was at the Edinburgh Fringe in August. It received great notices from the popular press. THE GUARDIAN said: "John Tiffany's tight production is as clever as the play, and it is acted with electrifying brilliance by a cast who know that this is the real thing and no fraud." THE STAGE said: "A theatrical fulmination which excites, teases and provokes in equal measure." THE OBSERVER said: "It's terrific."
The show features Billy McElhaney, Michael Moreland, Michael Nardone and Maurice Roëves. It is designed by Neil Warmington with lighting by Chahine Yavroyan .
Gagarin Way is a cruel, funny, first play by Scottish playwright Gregory Burke, about a human heist gone horribly wrong. Eddie wants to feel the difference between recreational violence and violence for a reason. Gary needs the blood, sweat and tears of his comrades to mean some-thing to someone. Frank's the closest target - but he's not playing the game. And Tom? Tom just came back for his hat.