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Until Sat 2nd Jun
An Evening of Neo-Absurdism - Drama Triple Bill
@ The Hen & Chickens Theatre Bar, London
Featuring: All In One Theatre
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An Evening of Neo-Absurdism - Drama Triple Bill: All In One Theatre
All in one theatre presents a Phil Jacobs triple Bill - three plays for the price of one!
Close Circuit Love is a duologue between a man at a bus stop and the disembodied voice of a CCTV operator. Topics explored include crime, surveillance, love, forgiveness and the correct way to dispose of litter.
Oh Vienna! From the streets of Inner London to the lanes of Inner Space. All the action in Oh Vienna ! takes place in the minds of the two lead characters, brother and sister Kenneth and Karen. Karen applies for a job as Emperor of Austria and ends up in a prison cell awaiting her execution. Kenneth gets involved with Sigmund Freud's mother and suffers attempts on his life by Sigmund who falls victim to one of his own complexes. You've heard of 'interior monologues', well this whole play is 'interior'. File under 'dream narrative' or more accurately, 'nightmare narrative'
Circle Line Saga. Another duologue, this time between a London Transport platform announcer and a writer of Romantic fiction. Can the two worlds be reconciled? Can there be romance in the tube tunnels, is there a timetable for love ?
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