richard parker

writer: OWEN THOMAS
22 & 23 Jan 2017
7.45pm
£15/12
Two shows only.

In an 1838 book Edgar Allan Poe told the story of four men lost at sea. In order to survive they killed and ate the cabin boy, an unfortunate soul by the name of Richard Parker. Forty years later, in a real life situation, four men did find themselves adrift in a boat and to survive they had to kill and eat the cabin boy whose name also happened to be Richard Parker.
Was it simply coincidence? Or something darker?

 

the provoked wife

5 - 23 Sept

Vanbrugh’s 1697 comedy is relocated to a modern music festival in Marooned Theatre’s production where revellers drink, dance and get up to mischief… The Provoked Wife comes to The Hope Theatre after a sell-out run this summer. This is Restoration for a new generation.

turkey

26 Sept - 14 Oct

“You’re manipulative. You’re beautiful and manipulative but it won’t last.”

Madeline is used to getting what she wants.

When she decides to have a baby with her girlfriend she won’t let anything as trivial as two pairs of ovaries or the idea of a father stand in her way.

skin tight

17 Oct - 4 Nov

1950s, the rural plains of Southern New Zealand. She has to go, he can’t let her. A couple’s past unravels in a tender, playful and bruising encounter.

workshop: creating character through physicality

18 Oct, 1, 4, 8, 11 & 18 Nov

A 3 hour workshop led by Matthew Parker, award winning Artistic Director of The Hope Theatre

Matthew will work with attendees on fun, innovative and effective ways of building a character’s physicality and how to unlock your character’s inner rhythm.

booking:
telephone bookings:
0333 666 3366
(booking fees apply, fees for telephone sales will be higher)