Blackbird by David Harrower

Davenham Theatre
15th March 2013

Blackbird by David Harrower

Directed by Gordon Hamlin with Sian Weedon as Una and Chris Saunders as Ray.

Harrower’s drama positively explodes with unresolved, and possibly irresolvable concerns.. his brooding ambiguity and his dry, resonating poetry culminate in one of the most daring new plays of recent years touching the taboo subject of the older man and young woman – in retrospect.

8.00pm - £7.00

Sexual Content - 16 years+

 

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Location:

Davenham Theatre
59 Church Street
Davenham
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 8NF

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