Written by Paul Kelly and straight from a breathtaking premiere at the INK Festival 2017, Another Northern Man is a white knuckle ride of hope and despair. Another Northern Man, directed by Susan Raasay will be performed at the Hope Theatre in London on 10-11 Sept 2017 & 1-18 Sept 2017.
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A white-knuckle ride of hope and despair
‘…go and rebuild your life, your family, your career. Maybe have a shave. How about that? However, if you continue with this vitriol towards me, I will dismantle you.’
Grief-stricken Noel turns to therapist Phillip for answers after the death of his hero.
When their relationship falters, suspicions grow and the truth becomes lost to obsession.
Andrew Murton, Creative Director and Actor at Hambre Productions says ‘we’re involved because the reaction at the INK Festival was so raw, potent and visceral that a wider audience need to experience this play. The Hope Theatre is the perfect place to make that happen.’
If you would like more information on any of the themes presented in this play, visit www.samaritans.org
This play contains moderate/strong language.
Another Northern Man is the INK Festival’s 3rd London transfer. INK Festival nurtures and champions new short scripts by emerging and established writers, with an East Anglian connection. INK Festival is now open for new writing submissions. CLICK HERE to find out more.