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19-23 March
Suddenly Last Summer

by Tennessee Williams

Directed by David Hankins

Douglas Ford Studio

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Sebastian Venable died suddenly last summer. His mother clings to him in death as she clung to him in life. In the sultry heat of New Orleans she plans her revenge on the girl she believes stole Sebastian from her. Powerful, visceral and hypnotically dream-like, the play reveals only slivers of its story, building audience intrigue beginning to end, until the massive release contained in the final chilling scene.

‘Startling proof of what a man can do with words... this brief, withering play is a superb achievement’ – New York Times

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Show Time - 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm
Price - £7.50 £7.50 £7.50 £7.50 £7.50
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