LAMDA at Tricycle Theatre from 23 to 31 March
London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA) presents 3 plays by Final year students on the Two Year Acting Course and Two Year Stage Management & Technical Theatre Course.
The plays are staged in repertoire at the Tricycle Theatre, a fringe venue in Kilburn, north London, from 23 to 31 March 2011.
Taking Steps by Alan Ayckbourn. Directed by John Bashford, designed by Sara Perks. In the peaceful English countryside, Elizabeth is preparing to leave her husband and the crumbling manor house which they inhabit. With the arrival of a scheming builder, a nervous solicitor and Elizabeth’s soporifically dull brother, will her freedom come at too high a price?
Touched by Stephen Lowe. Directed by Colin Cook, designed by Sara Perks. England, 1945. Germany is defeated and the Allied Forces are poised to invade Japan. After years of rationing and hardship, Sandra, Joan and Betty anxiously await the return of their loved ones...but are the hardest battles yet to come?
A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde. Directed by William Oldroyd, designed by Sara Perks.As the elite of English society gather for a weekend party, the debonair Lord Illingworth struggles to conceal a dark secret from his past.