Purgatory - University of Manchester Drama Society: Autumn Showcase
|Dates:||19 November 2014|
|Times:||19:00 - 21:00|
|What is it:||Theatre/Performance|
|Organiser:||Martin Harris Centre|
|How much:||£5.50/£4.50/ £4 (Drama Society Members)|
written and directed by Rob Paterson
As John stands in his office, about to die at the hands of an angry ex-colleague, he has the strange feeling that he’s done all this before.
As his life flashes before his eyes for the 16th time, he wonders why some of his memories are covered in static. As he meets with death, he is surprised to find that the embodiment of human mortality is kind of an arsehole. Amongst the video games, PSA’s and comforting eyes are surgeons cutting into him and car crashes that never happened. He worries about what he’s remembering. He worries about what he’s imagining. He worries about just about everything, especially the thought that putting an end to this horrific cycle might mean facing what’s been staring at him all along. Frantic, funny and gripping, Purgatory is a brutally honest exploration of my own health anxiety.
Tickets are available via the Students’ Union. Call box office on 0161 275 4278 or book online http://ow.ly/DN4z2
Price: £5.50/£4.50/ £4 (Drama Society Members)
Travel and Contact Information
John Thaw Studio Theatre
Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama