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LAMDA in repertoire at Pleasance Theatre
LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art) presents three plays in repertoire at the Pleasance Theatre, in north London from 22 to 31 May 2012.
Wild Turkey by Joe Penhall, directed by John Baxter, designed by Dora Schweitzer. The out-of-hours and unseen side of the London restaurant trade is brought into sharp focus
Spring and Port Wine by Bill Naughton, directed by Sarah Esdaile, designed by Dora Schweitzer. The generations clash as the respectable, upstanding Crompton family steadily falls apart over the question of an uneaten herring.
Feston by David Eldridge, directed by Caroline Leslie, designed by Dora Schweitzer. Proud father, Helge, invites his children home to celebrate his 60th birthday. When his son, Christian, comes to make his toast however, the veneer of familial success is shattered.