Tuesday 13 March - Saturday 17 March 2018
The Albany Studio
THE WINDOW - by Paul Nolan
Evening performances at 19:30 | Matinees 13:30 Tuesday to Friday | 14:30 on Saturday
In 2014, The Albany presented the ‘Theatre of War -The Pity' to commemorate 100 years since the start of the first World War. This included a reading of ‘The Window’. Paul Nolan was commissioned by The Belgrade theatre to develop a full-length play, and we are delighted to host the world premier in our new studio space.
These studio performances preview the full production of "The Window" to be presented in the main house in November, culminating in a poignant performance on Sunday November 11th 2018, the 100 year anniversary of World War 1 Armistice Day. Tickets for this momentous performance will be available shortly.
In 2017, one hundred years since Passchendaele, Paul’s Great Uncle James O’Neil from Spon End, an ordinary young eager soldier, arrives at the front. Paul’s forensic research reveals the hopes and fears of the O’Neil family as they live through life changing times, and of one young life cut horrifically short.
Full Price: £11.00
Age guidance: Considered suitable for ages 10+
Running time: 1 hour 15 mins - plus post-show Q&A (no interval)
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