British and Israeli New Writing
How does location affect creativity?
Tik-sho-ret and Sheer Drop Theatre companies present four new works by British and Israeli playwrights.
Date: 5 & 6 March 2013
Time: 7.30 pm
Venue: New Diorama Theatre
The plays selected present a range of voices and styles from British and Israeli theatre. They examine how writers from different places explore ideas that move between global society and their immediate environment.
The Lights Turn Upon Me by Oded Liphshitz (extract)
A comic examination of love and identity in an urban setting as six young people search for ultimate happiness.
5 Kilo Sugar by Gur Koren (extract)
A farcical yet touching story of one man’s journey to fulfill his late grandfather’s wishes.
Warehousing by Charlotte Coates
A prisoner is given the chance to escape execution in this disturbing vision of state-controlled England.
St. George’s day by Georgina Burns
The readings will be followed by an informal discussion on ‘the geography of theatre making’ and how location affects theatre work.
Tickets: £11/£9 (concession)
Booking: 0207 383 9034 | www.newdiorama.com
Find the New Diorama: 15-16 Triton Street, Regent’s place, London NW1 3BF