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Productions in new 100-seat Trafalgar Studios 2
Productions have been announced for the new 100-seat Trafalgar Studios 2, from 16 Nov 2005 to 25 March 2006
16 Nov 2005 to 17 Dec 2005
Mull Theatre presents
Cyprus By Peter Arnott. 'Colonel' Brian Traquair is a man with a secretive past and an ambiguous present. Michael Griffen is Traquair's protege from their past life working for the British government in Oman and Afghanistan. Griffen brings the darkness of the outside world to the remote island home Traquair shares with his daughter, and exposes secrets from their own tangled lives. Terrorism and intrigue, corruption and covert action, have all come home...
20 Dec 2005 - 7 Jan 2006
A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens, adapted by Joanna Volinska. The heart of Ebenezer Scrooge is as cold as ice. Christmas, for the bitter old miser, is not a good enough reason to be jolly. But one Christmas Eve he is visited by the spirit of his late business partner Jacob Marley and three other ghosts...
9 - 28 Jan 2006 (UPDATE 11 Nov 2005: THIS PRODUCTION HAS BEEN CANCELLED)
Barry Josephson presents
Basic Training Kahlil Ashanti's autobiographical show chronicles his time in the US Air Force as a member of the elite entertainment troupe 'Tops In Blue'. During his time on tour as a comedian, actor, dancer and soldier, a lifechanging event forced his attention home to face the childhood he was trying so hard to forget. Over twenty characters guide you through this hilarious true tale of survival and redemption.
31 Jan - 25 Feb 2006
Eleanor Lloyd / Critical Mass presents
Missing Persons: Four Tragedies And Roy KeaneBy Colin Teevan, directed by Sarah Chew . Punchy and poetic tales of modern masculinity inspired by Greek myth. Greg Hicks has played heroes and gods for the RSC and National Theatre. Now he tackles contemporary men in five powerful monologues
27 Feb - 25 Mar 2006
Bristol Old Vic and Scamp presents
Private Peaceful By Michael Morpurgo, adapted by Simon Reade, directed by Simon Reade. A First World War story : Private Tommo Peaceful awaits the firing squad at dawn. During the night he looks back on his short but joyful past growing up in rural Devon - and the battles and injustices of war that have brought him to the front line.