Play Reading: Imaginationship

Theatre

A fascinating play exploring obsession, addiction and dating.

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By Sue Healy

Price: £5, £20 for all five readings.

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By Sue Healy

Set in a Brexit seaside town, Imaginationship is a raucous dark comedy. Old friends Brenda and Ginnie are ready for a big night out, but Brenda’s daughter Melody isn’t in the mood… A fascinating play exploring obsession, addiction and dating.

Each play in our series of play readings will be read by actors from the summer season shows and offer a glimpse into the future of potential new productions at the SJT. A chance to experience these wonderful plays alongside their authors for the very first time.


Age guidance: 16+

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16 August 2018, 7.15pm

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