12th Dec 2017, 7:30pm

The Arts Centre

Third Year Performing Arts Students present
…from the Library of Imaginary Books

In a world of fake news and alternative facts, where a reality TV star can become the most powerful man in the world, it is timely to enter the Library of Imaginary Books…

By Simon Stephens

Tuesday 12th December 7:30pm
Wednesday 13th December 7:30pm

Sartre defines obscenity as the inertia of the flesh. Here nameless characters offer a kaleidoscopic London that moved in a few days from the Olympics announcement to the horror of terrorist bombing. Inspired by the events of 7/7, Pornography offers, through seven different seemingly unrelated stories, a complex paean to the human.

“Stephens observes his characters with an almost forensic detachment and yet he makes us love them too….This is a play of grace and terror.” The Guardian. “Thrilling, compelling and visceral, Pornography is a superb depiction of a city on fire and under attack”  The Stage.

Pornography contains violence and strong language

Suitable for age 15 years plus

Tickets: £9 / £5 concs / £3 EHU Students
SAVE MONEY! Book one student show and book any other at the same time for £1.00

Other student performances …from the Library of Imaginary:

London Road

Gulliver’s Marvels