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Headways Stonecrabs Young Directors' Festival
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Wed – Fri: £6 per show, £15 per night (three shows – Thu & Fri only).

Headways Stonecrabs Young Directors' Festival

 

  • DATES & TIMES: Wednesday 16 - Friday 18 March, 7pm. Gala Night Monday 14 March, 7pm
  • AGE GROUP: 12+
  • TICKETS: Wed – Fri: £6 per show, £15 per night (three shows – Thu & Fri only).
  • PROMOTIONS Gala Night: give what you can £10, £15 or £20.
  • STONECRABS THEATRE IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE ALBANY PRESENTS

    Headways Stonecrabs Young Directors' Festival



    Produced by eight emerging directors, Headways is a festival that presents a kaleidoscopic collection of plays, each director with their own story to tell.

     



    Through plays that reflect the dynamism of relationships and human emotion, they promise to make you laugh and cry, dealing in both horror and in wonder, and exploring the multiple truths that are held in a single story. 

     

    Over three nights, eight plays take centre stage, showcasing this generation of directors. Additionally, StoneCrabs will be celebrating the Young Directors’ Festival’s 10th birthday with a Gala Night. The evening includes a drinks reception, short plays, films, an auction, live music and much more.

     

    Monday 14 March - Gala Night

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    Wednesday 16 March

     

     

    7pm - Samaritans, Can I Help You?

    By Brendan Williams, directed by Hanley Quintrell

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    8pm - The Fat Man’s Wife

    By Tenessee Williams, directed by Rebecca Gwyther

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    9pm - Headways Scratch

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    Thursday 17 March

     

     

    7pm - The House of Cards

    By Charles L. Mee, directed by Ria Samartzi

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    8pm - She Talks to Beethoven

    By Adrienne Kennedy, directed by Devan Wells

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    9pm - The Jewish Wife

    By Bertolt Brecht (Trans- John Willett), directed by Jesse Haughton-Shaw

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    Friday 18 March

     

     

    7pm - Ironmistress

    By April de Angelis, directed by Katie-Ann McDonough

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    8pm - Poof!

    By Lynn Nottage, directed by Olorunfemi Fagunwa

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    9pm - The Worker

    By Walter Wykes, directed by Tom Ward

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