Bittersweet play about people looking for love Pulp Fiction style coming to Charlton (From News Shopper)
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Bittersweet play about people looking for love Pulp Fiction style coming to Charlton
A bittersweet adult comedy compared to Pulp Fiction is being put on by a passionate am-dram company.
The Alexandra Players, based in Charlton, are playing out Alan Ayckbourn’s Private Fears in Public Places between Thursday, November 1 and Saturday, November 3.
First shown in 2004, the play centres on the intertwining lives of six people looking for love.
Presented in a quick fire fashion, with no interval, the play conjures up considerable technical challenges but the human relationship and language will be what remain with the audience.
Ayckbourn himself called it “quite filmic – a bit like Pulp Fiction.”
The show takes place at Alexandra Hall in Charlton at 7.30pm and tickets are £8 or £7 for concessions.
For bookings call 07867 627 987 or visit alexandraplayers.org.uk