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12th - 23rd July 2022

Theatre

Blue
by Peter Hamilton and Directed by Ken McClymont

BLUE is about the quest for spiritual meaning in our modern secular and cynical age.

 

Max and Frances Davidson, a chaotic couple in their late thirties, have reached crisis point in Bethnal Green. Frances, a creative weaver, is convinced (wrongly) that she has MS and is also deeply troubled by a large blue square which seems to keep intruding into her work of its own volition, whilst her husband, Max Davidson, a manic, unbalanced interior designer, takes a lot of prescription drugs washed down copiously with vintage Armagnac, and is obsessed with ‘New Age’ writings such as Theosophy, Alice A Bailey, Gurdjieff, et cetera. From this careful reading he has gradually come to realise that he is a direct descendant of the biblical King David of Israel and Judea and that he is down here with a special mission to build the Third Temple of Jerusalem, but in Glastonbury.

 

Into this troubled household comes Sareen, a young Armenian refugee with shamanistic powers and ambitions to become an architect.

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Tickets

£16 Full Price

£12 Concessions

Performance Times

Tue - Sat 7:30pm

Concessions Notice

Concessions are only accepted for pensioners, unemployed, students and under16s.

 

Please Note:

This performance runs for TBC without an interval

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