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Emily Hubert, The Forum London and Theatre503 present…

I And The Village

by Silva Semerciyan

★★★★★

The Upcoming

★★★★★

London Theatre1

★★★★

The Stage

★★★★

British Theatre

★★★★

London City Nights

★★★★½

The Public Reviews

9 June – 4 July, Tuesday – Saturday 7.45pm (Saturday 27 June and 4 July Matinee 3pm, Sundays 5pm)

£15/£12 (Pay What You Can Sundays)

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“So maybe I just want to opt out you know? Maybe I don’t want to be part of the master plan. The big assembly line in the sky”

Summer in small town America. Aimee Stright wants to be Banksy in a town that hates vandals. As outsiders investigate what happened on the day she walked into a church with a gun, it seems Aimee is one against the world and the world wants to know why.

Shortlisted for the Bruntwood Playwriting Prize, I and The Village is a coming of age story that asks pointed questions about conformity, dissent and America’s devotion to guns.

Award winning playwright Silva Semerciyan (Gather Ye Rosebuds) and director Robert Shaw Cameron (Birmingham REP & Sheffield Crucible) team up with The Forum London and producer Emily Hubert to present this exceptional world premier.

@IATVat503 / #WhoIsAimee

COMING SOON…

Theatre503 and Rosalind Adler present…

Three Writers Walk Into a Forrest…

by Rosalind Adler, Ian Dagger and Pippa Evans

14 July – 18 July, 7.45pm

£12/£10

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One hour. Six short plays. A burst of drama, comedy, dark twisty bits, warm witty bits, danger and charm – with touches of stand-up and snatches of song to delight you on a Summer’s night.

Cinderella’s scared: “If I stop being good, who on earth will I be?

Pippa Evans, Ian Dagger and Rosalind Adler grab a fistful of fairy tales and springboard into new, unimagined worlds.

Little Red Riding Hood has a mind of her own when she dresses up to visit her Grandma – and maybe the Wolf has had an unfair press. Cinderella is stuck in her seventeen-year-old incarnation, wrestling with unfamiliar feelings, while Jack is up to X-rated stuff at the top of the beanstalk. And can you meet your Prince at a do for desperate singles?

@RosalindAdler @IAmPippaEvans / #ThreeWriters