CROSS PURPOSE- BY ALBERT CAMUS 

27. Jul - 30. Jul 14 / ended The Crypt Gallery

Tickets £10 & £8.50 Concessions Available on the door or book in advance (see link below)

Sunday 27th July, 7pm Monday 28th July, 7pm Tuesday 29th July, 7pm Wednesday 30th July, 3pm & 7pm

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CROSS PURPOSE- BY ALBERT CAMUS

A play directed by Amy Wicks



"One Can't Remain a Stranger All One's Life..."A man visits his childhood home after nearly two decades of living in another country.He meets his mother and sister who have been making a living by taking in lodgers, murdering them and stealing their money.The man expects to be welcomed back as a prodigal son, yet his sister and mother do not recognise him. The man does not reveal his identity and is treated as any other guest. The events which follow are absurdly dark with tragic consequences, closely observed by the curious manservant...

Written in occupied France, 1944, Albert Camus' 'Cross Purpose' is a deeply dark comedy which depicts Camus' pioneering absurdist philosophies through a intriguing yet oddly funny story.

Cast

Suzanna Hamilton Lucy Kilpatrick Haydn Whiteside Asha Reid Andrew Boxer

Director: Amy Wicks Designer: Valentina Roccaforte

Sunday 27th July, 7pm Monday 28th July, 7pm Tuesday 29th July, 7pm Wednesday 30th July, 3pm & 7pm

Tickets £10 & £8.50 Concessions Available on the door or book in advance here:
http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/62770
http://www.cryptgallery.org.uk/current_exhibitions.htm


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