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Being Friends / Lost… Audition 3

Event Details

  • From: October 10, 2020
  • To: October 10, 2020
  • Starting at: 12:00 PM
  • Finishing at: 03:00 PM

Address

  • The Old Fire Station
  • 2a Norwood High Street
  • London
  • SE27 9NS
  • United Kingdom

Being Friends / Lost

by Robert Holman
Director: Lisa Thomas

Performances:    November 10-15, 2020
First rehearsal: TBC

SYNOPSIS

Being Friends
1944: Two young men, one an artist and one a conscientious objector, meet in a Kent meadow and discover the similarities and differences between them.

Characters
Oliver Bell – 20s – a conscientious objector. A strong, straightforward man with strong personal reasons for not fighting.
Eric Faber – 20s – a travelling artist, physically frail but with a strong sense of who he is.

Lost
1982: A bereaved mother recalls her son Ian (killed in the Falklands) to his friend, who remembers a very different person.

Characters
May Appleton – 50s+ – ideally a north-eastern accent – the play is set in Redcar, Cleveland. A mix of maternal emotions, tenderness, anger and love.
Geoffrey Church – 30s – a naval lieutenant. Friend to Ian. Sober, a little reserved.

Please contact Lisa Thomas for copies of the script and more details. Auditions will be arranged via Zoom from 6-9 October