Suffolk theatre company touring villages with Autumn production
A Suffolk theatre company are heading out on the road with their new Autumn production.
QuirkHouse Theatre Company will be touring Head to Head, an evening of three duologues, around West Suffolk with stops in Bury St Edmunds and a number of villages.
The programme will feature The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter, plus two short plays by Suffolk writers Richard Stainer andJohn Gleeson, performed and directed by Andrew James Deane, co-founder of QuirkHouse, Jak Quartermaine and Richard Stainer.
Formed just over a year ago, the independent and self-funded company has been going from strength to strength.
From its first production, Talking in the Library, written by co-founder Jackie Carreira, premiered in Bury last August, the troupe has progressed to a recent performance at the Brighton Fringe Festival, where it came runner up in the prestigious Audience Choice Award.
Head to Head, its fourth production, will be showing at: Oakes Barn, Bury on August 31 and September 1; Felsham Village Hall on September 3; Cotton Village Hall on September 5; Cavendish Memorial Hall on September 8; and the Tithe Barn, Bardwell on September 12.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.quirkhousetheatreco.com.
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