May 28 @ 6:30 pm - 7:20 pm
Alex Robins and Emma Latham
Venue: The Lab, Theatre Royal Plymouth
Running time: 50 mins
Recommended age: 14+ (contains strong language)
10th September 2008, 10:28am.
The Large Hadron Collider is activated for the first time.
Elsewhere, music is playing at a festival.
Erstwhile, music is being played for the first time.
Eventually, music will stop.
But until then, we’ll dance.
An exploration of connection in a world that is breaking apart, ‘Fireworks’ is a work-in-progress piece of new writing developed with support from the Theatre Royal Plymouth, stemming from the short play of the same name that premiered at ‘Down Stage Night’ at the Exeter Phoenix.
Written by Alex Robins
Directed by Emma Latham
Performed by John Inkerman and Charlotte Boyle
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