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First Shows Announced for Capital Theatre Festival 2013

by Catherine Edwards on October 4th, 2013

We are delighted to announce the first two productions for Capital Theatre Festival 2013, which will take place from 20-24 November 2013. We are very excited to be supporting these plays from two West Midlands-based writers. Keep your eyes peeled for further news in the next couple of weeks.

The Disappearance of Sadie JonesThe Disappearance of Sadie Jones
Written & Directed by Hannah Silva
20 November 2013
Foyle Studio, mac birmingham, 8pm
£10 (£8)

Sadie Jones wants to disappear. She walks a tightrope between reality and imagination; a chaos of words and silence. Sadie leads her lover and her sister into the strange landscape of her unconscious, a place filled with games and memories. This contemporary dream play is a unique blend of language, image and physicality.
‘This brave and powerful play confirms Hannah Silva as a truly original voice’.
**** Exeunt Magazine
Supported by The Jerwood Charitable Foundation and using public funding from Arts Council England.
Box Office: 0121 446 3232 or visit the website.

Ugly Duck imageclaybody theatre presents:
A new comedy by Deborah McAndrew
21-23 November 2013
Foyle Studio, mac birmingham, 8pm
£10 (£8)

Stoke bloke, Dennis Hancock wouldn’t win any beauty competitions. A life long Port Vale fan, Dennis is rapidly declining in middle age and inexorably sinking into the ranks of the long-term unemployed.

In desperation he answers an advertisement in the local paper for an artist’s life model. But when troubled young artist Kat Drosdzowski begins to paint him, Dennis finds himself exposed in more ways than one…

Warning – contains nudity not of a sexual nature. Age recommendation 14 +

Supported by The National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Box Office: 0121 446 3232 or visit the website.

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