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'Drawing on the emotions I experienced, for example, when my mother died to create a role, is sick and schizophrenic. If that is acting, I don't want to do it'. Stella Adler

Directed by Laura Steel and Arden Redgrave
Written by Dallace Jones


"What would you do to make it in Hollywood?" asks acting coach, Leonard Walker. Six actors are put through hell in the hope of getting a place on his L.A. masterclass. Leonard Walker is a US acting coach who pushes his students to murky psychological recesses in the hope of improving their acting skills. Yet he doesn't ever seem to teach them anything about acting. When Claire, a British actress, sees through him, Leonard does all he can to humiliate her and destroy her presence within the group. Disturbing, and darkly funny, Breathing Space is a new play from a new writer, Dallace Jones.

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Running from 25th October to 30th October at the Courtyard Theatre, Hoxton at 7.30pm in the Studio

Tickets £10/ £12 (conc) available to book at http://www.thecourtyard.org.uk/whatson/218/breathing-space


Michael Roy Andrew as Leonard Walker
Antonia Gorence as Dee
Philip Nightingale as Dave
Phillippa Quinn as Claire
Jeffrey Ho as Stuart
Doris Lanz as Ingrid
Diego Da Cruz as Dario

With music from I am Harlequin (www.iamharlequin.com) and Florian Lunaire (www.florian-lunaire.com)

Presented as part of the London Horror Festival
Twitter: @LndnHorrorFest
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Diego Da Cruz
Antonia Gorence
Jeffrey Ho

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