Pub Theatre Festival 2017

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Friday 7th April

Day Ticket – All Shows

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Friday 7th April

8.15pm: Pristine

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Friday 7th April

9pm: Desperately

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Friday 7th April

9.45pm: Cockroached

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Saturday 8th April

Day Ticket – All Shows

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Saturday 8th April

7.15pm: R(ex)ception

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Saturday 8th April

8.15pm: Dreaming Up A Song

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Saturday 8th April

9.45pm: Beneath The Weeds

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Pristine
Friday 7th April 2017, 8:15pm
£8
‘Set in a dystopian world, Dr Milo Nollum brings today’s client Fern into three simulation rooms; Attraction, Lust and Attachment. In the end, she will decide whether she wants to remove Love or not.’


Desperately*
Friday 7th April 2017, 9:00pm
Free Event

Becky is in trouble. She is torn between the comfort of her boyfriend Darren and the excitement of a work romance. When she falls pregnant things become harder as she has to make up her mind. After a succession of lies and promises she is left begging the question – Is it better to be with anyone than to be alone?

The cast have only been brought together to rehearse this week, and therefore this performance is a rehearsed reading.

Cast:
Rebecca Tubridy: Becky
Howard Horner : Kevin
Charlie Bedford : Darren

Creative:
Amy McGivern- Writer

*This is a Staged Reading


Cockroached
Friday 7th April 2017, 9:45pm
£8
Everyone is dead and Taylor is surviving but alone. Their life was fine until they found the radio, it was fine until they heard that voice. A post-apocalyptic black comedy about two people who shouldn’t have listened.

Creatives
Freya Sharp-Taylor
Alexander George-Radio
Writer: William Proudler
Director: Ruby Etches
Stage Manager: Kirsten Banks


R(ex)ception-7:30pm
Saturday 8th April 2017, 7:30pm
£8
What happens when an ex-couple work on an NHS Admin Reception desk? R(ex)ception! This comedy play, written by Francesca Mepham and directed by Adam Morley, features the love-hate dynamic between Hannah and Mark who recently ended their relationship, but the spark of passion (or is that anger?) is still very much alight. With the added complication of working together, they encounter a hilarious array of visitors to their NHS reception desk..and beyond


Dreaming Up A Song
Saturday 8th April 2017, 8:15pm
£8
Jack is in turmoil about his future and not sure if he is a good enough performer, always eclipsed by his teacher and his parents. His biggest goal is to get into university in London. The musical symbolises Jacks dream before getting a letter saying whether he is successful or not in getting in. We see his worries, fears and his expectations of what London and his dream may hold.

Cast
Jack: James Dylan Thomson
Sophie/Ben/Mum: Annabel Chadwick
Simon/Dad: Peter Jackson.
Writer/Composer/Director: James Dylan Thomson.
Tech: Katie Douglas


Beneath the Weeds
Saturday 8th April 2017,9:45pm
£8
‘What happened here will be relegated to the past. Fossilised. But I won’t forget.’ It’s winter, the garden is overgrown and a girl is missing. As the year passes and an unlikely friendship blossoms, a dark secret is rooted out. Writer Grace Chapman (Idle Motion’s Shooting with Light, Voyager) continues her collaboration with director Nicholas Pitt (Birmingham Rep) in a play about uncovering the truth and clinging to the past

Crew
Writer – Grace Chapman
Director – Nicholas Pitt
Producer – Ellie Simpson

Cast
Merika Vine-Jo
Mike Aherne-John