A Girl Walks In To A Bar
Thursday 19th and Sunday 22nd November 2020 at 7.55pm
(login from 7:30pm)
~ Directed by Jan Palmer Sayer ~
Winner of the 2011 National Drama Festivals Association New Play Prize
You see a church and a beauty salon.
You see a town square and a rundown bar.
You have one day.
You have just one day......
Partly inspired by Sebastian Gutierrez’s film of the same name, partly by Priestley’s An Inspector Calls, this gripping little one-act play follows the Girl into this limbo-like town as she tries to find out what happened to her sister. Written by Matthew Wilkie in 2010, and winning the George Taylor New Play Prize in 2011, it is a story of suspense and mystery as the girl with the broken arm sets out to find the truth.
Presented by award-winning theatre company, Shattered Windscreen, this will be a LIVE Zoom production
The performance starts promptly at 7:55pm: you will be able to log into Zoom from 7:30pm where you will be placed into a waiting room. Please note: latecomers will not be admitted
All you need to view it is an iPad, a laptop or PC. The performance will be screened via two live Zoom events on. Don’t worry if you are not digital savvy - it really is very easy, and we can take you through it.
This is an online production and is free to watch. Note you need only one 'virtual ticket' per device/home book via www.ticketsource.co.uk/cops
PLEASE NOTE YOU WILL BE SENT JOINING INSTRUCTIONS AND THE ZOOM CODE AND PASSWORD BY EMAIL NEARER THE TIME
|Jan Palmer Sayer|