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Imperfect Storms: New Work From East Anglian Writers
Imperfect Storms is an exciting evening of new work, written by East Anglian members of the Writers Guild of Great Britain. Between them these writers have credits in TV, film, theatre, radio, books, comedy, poetry and video games, and the evening promises to be diverse and full of surprises. These are works in progress, fresh off the printer and presented in a rehearsed reading.
Last years show featured singing highwaymen, zombies looking for love and a blue-haired Danny Boyle. The evening will again be curated by regional chair, Stephen Keyworth, whose recent credits include Haunted Deepdale for Slow Theatre, Radio 4’s The Princess Bride and BBC1’s Doctors.
The WGGB have been representing and campaigning for working writers since 1959. Ticket proceeds will enable the Guild to continue supporting writers in the East of England.
“The Writers’ Guild is a bright spot in a dark world, and I feel very grateful to it.” Tom Stoppard.
Running time: Approximately 2 Hours with interval
Pay What You choose:
20 Feb – Gold Friends and Corporates
22 Feb – Friends
24 Feb – General Sales
Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.
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