Young Writers 16-25, Pentabus Rural Theatre Company
Friday 23rd June, 7pm
A girl travels through time.
Old school friends meet for a drink.
A scientist is onto a breakthrough.
What is next for us? How will we find our future?
Eight short plays about belonging in a changing world, from homelessness to office politics to time machines.
New Futures is written by Charlotte Burton, Robert Jervis, Joseph Lewis, Kara Luke, Lucy O'Hagan, Ed Hennell-Cole, Alice Preece and Megan Rolph.
Tickets £7.50 / Under 25s £5.00
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The Young Writers Groups give 16-25 year olds in the West Midlands and North Yorkshire the chance to learn about theatre from professional writers, actors and directors, culminating in a professional production. The course is free and starts each September.
Pentabus Rural Theatre Company
Founded in 1974, Pentabus originally toured plays to the five counties of the West Midlands. Today they tour new plays not just across the Midlands but all over the country. Their mission...
to develop and produce quality new theatre about the contemporary rural world.
to tour the country with plays that have local impact and national resonance.
to turn up in peoples' village halls, theatres and digital backyards, connecting audiences nationwide.
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