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I Hope it's Not Raining in London
 

“Two people, trapped in a room. One is almost finished but the other is not yet ready. The other will be ready, but just not yet.”

In June/July this year, a team of young artists will be touring from Newcastle to Tuggerah, Sydney and Melbourne! I Hope it’s Not Raining in London is a contemporary, hybrid-experimental theatre piece which sets out to explore our perceived realities and the effects of trauma.

Young emerging artist, Nicholas Thoroughgood, has written a sophisticated short play, which places two strangers together in a mysterious room. Neither of them has knowledge of where they are currently existing and how they got there- and the newest to arrive has no memories whatsoever. Small boxes appear sporadically- containing objects which trigger memories for them both and gradually their significant life stories are remembered and painfully explored.

Playwright: Nicholas Thoroughgood
Producer/Director: Riley McLean
Stage Manager: Tyler Atcheson
Cast: Nicholas Thoroughgood, Cassie Hamilton, Daniel Cottier and Zoe Walker

 

Venue: PACT, 107 Railway Parade, Erskineville NSW 2043
Dates: Monday 08 July 2019 – Thursday 11 July 2019
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