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Warde Street by Damien Tracey at Tristan Bates Theatre
Warde Street by Damien Tracey, at the Tristan Bates Theatre, a 60-seat venue in Covent Garden, from 19 to 24 Aug 2013, as part of the Camden Fringe Festival.
Directed by Jason B Moore, cast includes Shane Noone (Eddie), Omar Ibrihim, Avita Jay, Cameron Harris, Ruby Visaria. Produced by Stephen Whitson (Rare Moustache) and Damien Tracey (Scéalta Móra)
Tells the story of Eddie, an ordinary man, whose life is ripped apart when his wife is killed in the July 7th 2005, London bombings. Unable to join the masses as they return to their own version of normal, Eddie abandons London for his boy-hood home, Manchester, to heal and somehow start over. An unexpected encounter with his oldest friend, Ash, sets off a chain of events that will leave a sister fighting for the truth, a desperate father fighting for his freedom and the murky motivations of a career politician laid bare.