A highly autobiographical work, by Eugene O’Neill, this is a tale of male pride, family jealousy and maternal longing from one of America’s greatest playwrights.
Accompanied by 3 platform performances of the one act play FOG, by O’Neill, on October 15,22,29 at 3.30pm.
“Stuck on a lifeboat after a shipwreck, 3 people from vastly different walks of life drift through the vastness of the sea, in a dense fog—lost in a hostile and unknown environment without certainty of rescue.” Information→
Rosamund Shelley as Clara Novello Davies with Gavin Roberts as her accompanist. Directed by Pip Broughton. In 1938, Madame Calra Novello Davies – singer, pianist, conductor, one of Cardiff’s most famous daughters – looks back at her life, and her … Information→
Don’t miss London premier of Kilroy and Susan Blackburn award nominee Ruby Rae Spiegel first piece, following it’s hit run and 5 star success at the Here Arts Centre in New York.