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A Small House at the Edge of the World is the story of how one location captures and distills two lifetimes worth of love, joy and sorrow. A man and a woman fall in love, marry, have a child, drift apart, re-engage, haunt each other and become the dust of dreams. The play's lyrical yet brutal power shows how relationships are fused, transformed and remade by passion, guilt and difficult truths.
Laura Pradelska (Game of Thrones, Summit Conference) reunites with director Ken McClymont (Dogstar, Doig, Beak Street, Sherlock Holmes and the Invisible Thing, I am of Ireland) to present Chris Lee's exciting and poignant play.
About the writer: Chris is an Irish writer living in London. He has had over 20 productions of his plays in eight different countries. He won the Stewart Parker Award, the Rondo Playwriting competition, a Pearson Bursary and has been Writer in Association with the Abbey Theatre Dublin. Ken McClymont previously directed two of his plays, Hummingbird and Eat the Enemy.
A SMALL HOUSE AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD
Booking period: 5 - 23 February 2019
Running time: 75 minutes
Age restrictions: 14+
Venue: Museum of Comedy, The Undercroft, St George's Church, Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2SR
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