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Cost £12, £11 conc. £10 1st week with promo code
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THE LIGHTS is a dark journey through an unnamed American city whose structure and society is crumbling. Frederic and Lilian, a young couple, both experience a separate night of soulful derangement after a heated argument splits them up. We follow the misadventures of this modern-day Hansel and Gretel as they get lost among the shadows of a decaying urban underworld.

Over 24 hours on seemingly lawless streets, they encounter myriad faces of the city, from the pavement to the penthouse.

Written by Howard Korder (HBO's Boardwalk Empire).

Directed by Hamish Macdougall (Tennessee Williams' I Never Get Dressed Till After Dark On Sundays, Edward Bond's The Under Room, and Subs at The Cock Tavern Theatre).

Produced by Roxanne Peak-Payne for Define Choice.

Proceeds from all tickets go to LAUNCHPAD, supporting the homeless and underprivileged.
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