Theatre

Nowhere Near London

7 July 2014

Hard Act Theatre Company Present

Nowhere Near London

An exciting new play set in the late 1940s. Fusing realism and surrealism, Nowhere Near London explores both the earliest days of the South Oxhey estate and the tragic last days of the German-Jewish writer Walter Benjamin.

Nowhere Near London is adapted from John Schad’s novel The Late Walter Benjamin (Bloomsbury) - 'Set partly in Watford and partly in the haunted wing of the English language’ (Ian McMillan, on BBC Radio 3's 'The Verb')

It will be staged as a script-in-hand production at the Watford Palace Theatre Drama Studio at 7.30 on Monday July 7 and will be followed by a Q and A.

Event supported by the University of Lancaster FASS Enterprise Centre


Monday 7 July @ 7.30pm


Directed by Michael Crowley


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