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Illona Linthwaite in Brainville At Night
First Draft's acclaimed production of Brainville At Night transfers to the Old Red Lion after it's sell out run last year at the Jack Studio.
Tuesday 15th April to 3rd May 2014
Tuesday to Saturday at 7:30pm
Saturday matinees at 3pm
Sunday matinees at 2pm
Book online at http://www.oldredliontheatre.co.uk/brainville-at-night.htm
Or call the box office on 0844 412 430
£15.00 Full Price
£13.00 Concession (including Equity)
£10.00 Sundays. (All tickets for Sunday performances)
Step into the belly of the Blue Whale, where the dancers are hot and the music is cool. You’re handed a drink sent over by a mysterious woman at the end of the bar and she invites you to take a trip on her own unique rollercoaster.
Brainville at Night is a stylish and involving adventure into the film noir-ish world of Ingrid’s memories and imagination. So what if the doctors tell her that she lacks insight and the ability to empathise? Nothing is going to stop Ingrid. Labels like "fronto-temporal dementia" never meant anything to her anyway. Whatever happens, she carries the love, excitement and romance of her life within her.
Now if only we could convince the doctors to come along.
First Draft is delighted to bring their acclaimed production of Brainville At Night to the Old Red Lion following a sell-out run at the Jack Studio Theatre in 2013. Featuring music, movement, projection and a fantastic ensemble cast, Brainville At Night is the most original love story you will see this year.
Director: Matthew Parker
Producer: Laura Harling
Design: Sara Polonghini
Lighting: Tom Kitney
Sound: Andy Graham
Projection: Mafalda Cruz
Assistant Designer: Mathias Krajewski
Movement: Alyssa Noble
Stage Manager: Rosanna Grimes
Assistant Stage Manager: Jack Rule
Press & PR: Ross Johnston Associates
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