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Trafalgar Studios 2 announce Spring 2008 Season
The Trafalgar Studios 2 has announced five productions for its Spring 2008 Season...
8 Jan to 2 Feb 2008
Angry Young Man / The Explorer
by Ben Woolf
(Can be seen as a double bill or a single show).
Produced by MahWaff Theatre Company
ANGRY YOUNG MAN: Yuri, a brilliant Eastern European surgeon, arrives in London in search of work and a new life. THE EXPLORER: Foreign travels with Douglas M. Charles, Victorian gentleman with a dark secret. Mystery, deceit and adventure.
4 Feb to 16 Feb 2008
Devised by Michael Pennington
Michael Pennington performs his vivid interpretation of the life and work of William Shakespeare. Drawing on forty years of experience with leading companies and in the West End, Pennington celebrates the rich diversity of Shakespeare’s vision, giving voice to a wealth of characters — young and old; rich and poor; comic and tragic; male and female — and demonstrates the continuing relevance of ‘Sweet William’ to our everyday lives.
20 Feb to 8 Mar 2008
by Paul Sellar, directed by Paul Robinson
Produced by Andy Jordan Productions
Kat is moving out of the London flat she shares with ex-boyfriend, Ben. Helping her are best friend, Thea, and new man in her life, Josh. Ben (who’s not even meant to be there) is hurt and angry, and still in love with Kat. But is it now too late to tell her…?
12 Mar to 19 Apr 2008
by Ciaran McConville, directed by Samantha Potter
Produced by Debut Theatre Company
The Connor brothers have always had to look after themselves. Tom is the charming business man, while for Alex small things can be overwhelming. But when Tom’s wife dies, it’s only Alex who can make Tom’s world work again.
22 Apr to 17 May 2008
Hello And Goodbye
by Athol Fugard, directed by Paul Robinson
Produced by Treatment Theatre / English Touring Theatre
Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Johnny is alone at the family home, surrounded by squalor, when a near stranger arrives. In one tense and desperate night a sibling reunion evokes powerful childhood memories as buried secrets are unearthed.