NO BOOKINGS REQUIRED. Purchase your ticket on the door. One ticket will get you into both sessions.
The nine plays that will be presented at this year's DramaFest Festival of One-Act Plays are below. Please note the running order of these plays is subject to change:
SESSION 1: 1PM - 4.45PM
Paper Trail (by Sean Lang) presented by Drama Works (G)
Angie, a middle-aged Australian lady, visits a north London hospital archive where she meets Mel, the young archivist and no great lover of genealogists. As they try to track down Angie’s mother and discover what happened to her Mel is faced with the dilemma of what, if anything, to tell Angie as her past is revealed ...
Poseidon's Warrior (by Tia Nikita Russell ) presented by Cleveland Drama Crew (MA15+)
When you are an outcast, to what limits would you go to prove your worth?
Free Range Chickens (by Anne Wuehler) presented by Brisbane Arts Theatre (M)
Two misfits at a Las Vegas bus stop find out more than they bargained for.
In the Pink ARC (after Charles L Mee & Ovid) presented by Arc Acting Ensemble (M)
Love is love. Or is it? In the Pink is an investigation into how love is for different people. It is love remembered, love desired, love cherished, love eroticised. The texts investigate the meaning of love in its different manifestations and compels us to question our own understanding of what love means to each of us. It is love in its many guises.
Slices of Heaven (by Aaron Evans) presented by Downstage Theatre (MA15+)
Two angels try to get four bad people into heaven
SESSION 2: 5.45PM - 8.50PM
Update (by Elodie Boal) presented by Mira Ball Productions (M)
You’ve got mail. Tom liked your photo. Swipe right to play Cooking Clash and your date is in ten minutes. Wouldn’t it be easier if we could just marry pizza?
Two’s Company Five’s a Chorus (by Tony Erhardt) presented by Ipswich Little Theatre (M)
It’s Saturday morning and Dave’s day does not go as planned. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
The Descent (by Elodie Boal) presented by Mira Ball Productions (M)
Jack and Jill went up the hill ...
Iconoclast (by Mark Lucas) presented by Excalibur Theatre Company (MA15+)
A story of survival and vengeance that is over half a millennium in the making. Welcome to the dawn of a new era and step into a very different domain.
PRESENTATION OF AWARDS: 8.50PM - 9.10PM
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