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The Festival

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About the Show Less...

The third part of The Catastrophe Trilogy is a love story of our times. Read More >

The Festival is a love story told against a backdrop of the here and now. Recent public events cause a series of coincidences to alter a discrete private world to devastating effect. As two lives cross at a festival of music and song a love story emerges that neither party can control or predict. The Festival speaks of a moment in a quiet life when suddenly all is changed, when a silent world begins to sing.

The Festival is the third part of Lone Twin Theatre’s Catastrophe Trilogy, which also includes Alice Bell and Daniel Hit By A Train.

The Festival is suitable for theatregoers aged 14 and older.


Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 4/03/2010

Closing Night: 11/03/2010

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Cast & Creative


Antoine Fraval, Guy Dartnell, Molly Haslund, Nina Tecklenburg, Paul Gazzola


Director - Gary Winters and Gregg Whelan

Producer - Sadie Cook

Lighting Designer - Joe Mapson, Sarah-Jane Grimshaw, Mark Webber and Rebecca Curtis

Author - Lone Twin Theatre

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