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No Mans Land at The Little Theatre

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The story of four men and their journey
The University of Adelaide Guild Theatre Company presents: 'No Man Land'. Written by Harold Pinter in 1974 and first produced in 1975 its the story of four elderly men and their journey through life. Directed by Warwick Cooper this show will run at The Little Theatre on Victoria Street, Adelaide during August.

'No Mans' Land' Staring Michael Baldwin, John Edge, Matt Houston and Jonathan Pheasant is about four elderly men, Hirst, is in his sixties, Spooner is in his sixties, Foster is in his thirties and Briggs is in his forties. The production gives you a sense of what being caught in limbo between life and death would feel like.

Director Warwick Cooper said "No Man's Land'is a catalogue of humorous and poetic strategies for making a meaning of mortality as we face the endgame of our life."

The show will run during August on:
Saturday 2nd, 7:30pm
Tuesday 5th - Saturday 9th, 7:30pm
Tuesday 12th - Saturday 16th, 7:30pm

Tickets on sale at www.adelaide.edu.au/theatreguild/booking/
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Why? Drama Production
When: August 2nd, 5th-9th, 12th-16th
Phone: 8313 5999
Where: The Little Theatre
Cost: $28 Adult, $$23 Concession
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