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As part of the 2010 Camden Fringe, critically-acclaimed London theatre company Broken Glass is proud to present a theatre run of their new site-specific production.

An original story of censorship, repression, and the difficulty of remembering the past, written by Vicky Flood and directed by Alex Buckingham.

In the midst of violent revolution two brothers retreat to their childhood home, a now derelict house where jars of pickled objects press against the walls. Whilst the brothers await the coming of the grey men, the merciless agents of progress, their world abounds with paranoia and conspiracy theories, and Paul McCartney - and the music they can no longer hear - becomes a symbol of everything that is lost.

Told from the perspective of Libby, the sole survivor of the tale, and the recordings she pieces together to create a version of their history, the truth becomes an unstable position, and a conversation with the dead.

Theatre, live music, and immersive set-design combine to create a sinister world where music is forbidden but sound is the only key to understanding the past.

By Vicky Flood. Directed by Alex Buckingham and Vicky Flood. Music by Alex Buckingham and Tom Ward. Set design by Andrew Buckingham.

Cast: Louisa Coward, Imogen Goodman, Steve King, Miriam Sully, Luke Surl, Matthew Bunn and Liz Jardine Smith.


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