7 July 2008
COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED!
SHAKESPEARE'S Globe presents the world première of The Frontline by Ché Walker, a vibrant and blackly comic new play set on a Saturday night outside a London Tube station.
The Frontline continues Artistic Director Dominic Dromgoole's commitment to new writing.
A cast of 23, at the heart of which is the King Lear ensemble, will present this panoramic picture of modern London, directed by Matthew Dunster.
Saturday night outside the tube; god, strip bars, weed, crack, lost old men, unemployed actors and vegans all collide on the streets of London. The play presents a dozen private stories; character's voices give utterance to a storm of subjects and feelings: pop culture and sexual fantasy, the ruins of empire and the delusions of religion, foreign oil and prehistoric London.
6 July - 17 August at Shakespeare's Globe, Bankside SE1
Booking: Phone 020 7401 9919 or 020 7087 7398
In person Mon-Fri 10am-6pm (8pm on performance days)
Sundays 10am-5pm (7pm on performances days)
Tickets £5.00 - £33.00
5 pairs of tickets to win
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