New short plays, written by emerging writers, pack a punch despite their small size at Suckerpunch, tonight and Saturday 27 August at 6pm, at The Lion and Unicorn.
Each hour-long slot features four fifteen-minute plays that are thematically linked, although diverse in style. This is our way of showing the variety of writing produced by young and budding writers. The scripts chosen have been carefully selected to ensure that the diverse talent of today’s young playwrights is showcased.
Vibrant and restrained, the plays reflect the world as today’s young people experience it. Images and words will stick with the audience long after the houselights come up. New writing will be shown in an exciting and innovative way that may change perceptions of new writing.
This unique collection of plays will convey various different perspectives on current affairs of today. Providing the audience with four shows in one, this event will deliver bite-sized tastes of the exceptional talent of today with the intention of having the audience wanting to come back for more.
This small group of talented Kingston University actors are directed by Josh Whatsize, who has directed shows in the International Youth Arts Festival.
For more details and tickets www.camdenfringe.com.