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September 4, 2006 | by  | in News |
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Theatre Students’ Play Opens

The productions of the Theatre 304 Directing paper get a public viewing next week as part of the final assessment for their course.

The plays were chosen by the students with the aim of creating fresh and exciting theatre. Making up the triple-bill is a comedy Time Flies (David Ives) directed by Sarah Silver, a drama Hypnagogis (Ken Hudson) directed by Jo Bean and the recognised piece of avant-garde theatre, Act Without Words: I (Samuel Beckett) directed by Kevin Casey.

‘Moment / Gone – three plays now’ will be performed at studio 77, 77 Fairlie Terrace from 6 September to 9 September from 7 pm. For booking and further information call (04) 463 5221 or e-mail

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