London Road

13th 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…

London Road
Book & lyrics by Alecky Blythe
Music & lyrics by Adam Cork

Wednesday 13th December 7:30pm
Thursday 14th December 7:30pm

Not a book but a document in radical form; a piece of social history; the alternative to the tabloid version: a “verbatim” musical drama based on the exact words of Ipswich people in interviews conducted in the run-up to the arrest and conviction of Steve Wright, the serial killer who murdered five women. London Road focuses on the community rather than the crime, written in verbatim style, the spoken text is reproduced by the performers exactly as recorded in the interviews. The events are not depicted, rather this is an ensemble portrait of a community coming together.  The Independent described London Road as “a bold and imaginative tale of triumph over evil.” “A deeply inventive, bold, life-affirming musical”  Time Out.

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:


Gulliver’s Marvels