2012 | Private Fears in Public Places

1-3 November 2012

Private Fears in Public Places by Sir Alan Ayckbourn centres on the intertwining lives of six people looking for love. Presented in a quick fire fashion, with no interval, the play conjures up considerable technical challenges but the human relationship and language will be what remain with the audience. Ayckbourn himself called it “quite filmic – a bit like Pulp Fiction.”

Stewart: Roy Moore
Imogen: Janet Denne
Nicola: Rebecca Williams
Dan: Nik Renouf
Charlotte: Jackie Hartley
Ambrose: Mark Higgins
Arthur: Keith Hartley

Director: Antonia Mochan
Lighting design: Roy Moore
Lighting operation: Andrew Spence
Sound design: Antonia Mochan
Sound operation: Sue McGeehan
Stage Management: Rose Bayley, Charley Mullett
Set: Evangelina Fender, Rob Hames

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Reviews: p22 of The Greenwich Visitor of January 2013

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