An out-of-work actor’s frustrations explode over breakfast; an ex-skinhead recalls a racist graffiti spree with a ghostly twist; and a would-be suicide sees a lost par
Stunning The Punters is at The Hawth Studio on Wednesday, July 27 (7.45pm).
Spokeswoman Lorraine McGregor said: “26 years ago, in the hopeful summer after the fall of the Berlin Wall and before Saddam burned the oil wells of Kuwait, audiences and critics in Brighton and Edinburgh rushed to witness a young Brighton actor’s stunning solo debut… and now that show, a triple bill with an unashamed title, is returning. Stunning the Punters (& Other Stories) is one man, George Dillon, on a bare stage giving a bravura high-energy performance of three tales of imagination run wild: Master of Café Society by Steven Berkoff, the title story by Glaswegian writer Robert Sproat and Dillon’s own adaptation of The Dream of a Ridiculous Man by Fyodor Dostoevsky.”
Tickets on 01293 553636 or by visiting www.hawth.co.uk.
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