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Published on : Friday, November 22, 2013
Running from 28th January until 8th March, two headline productions will also take place; Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and the stage adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel The Cement Garden.
Groups visiting the festival can enjoy free music from The Kansas Smitty’s House Band at the Vault Bar every Tuesday and Wednesday evening, and an additional series of late-night parties will take over the venue on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
A world premiere amongst the entertainment
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas will play at the Vault venue throughout the festival; cast for the production includes Nina Smith and Libby Northedge, the recent winners of the 2013 Funny Women Awards. Performances are available Tuesday to Saturdays.
The Cement Garden will be given its world premiere at Waterloo’s Leake Street tunnels, also running 28th January to 8th March. The dark coming-of-age tale of four abruptly orphaned children is adapted by Jimmy Osborne and David Aula.
Further entertainment highlights include physical theatre from Airealism, The Ticket Theatre and Changing Spaces, one-man-shows from Belt Up’s Dominic Allen and Jessica Burges, and ensemble theatre from Move to Stand, Superbolt Theatre and Another Story.