Devon playwright, Luke Jeffery, is bringing his one-man show to Exeter for two days only – and audiences will have the chance to get up close and personal as they watch the play from the back of a parked car.
Performances will take place in Princesshay Square, Exeter, on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd of February, with shows running every thirty minutes between 10am and 4pm.
The humorous absurdist play has been written as part of The Winter Warmed festival: three weeks of performances, workshops, films, presentations and discussions celebrating the unique theatre of Samuel Beckett, through the talents of local and regional theatre-makers.
Luke’s play was inspired by Beckett’s one-man play, Krapp’s Last Tape and is about a compulsive tea drinker who finds solace in half-remembered conversations and old routines. As the world grows colder memories begin to fade and he quickly finds himself trapped in a labyrinth of his own making.
Last year 21-year old Luke’s play Breathe With Me was chosen by Hall for Cornwall to be performed on St Michael’s Mount. He is currently writing and directing a no-budget feature film in Falmouth.
For more information visit www.wanderingtiger.com
Tickets are priced at £10 for a car of up to three seats. Tickets can be purchased on the day or booked in advance at www.bikeshedtheatre.co.uk
Winter Warmed festival is a collaboration between Uncommon Players and Exeter Bikeshed theatre, running Monday 28th January to Friday 15th February. For more information visit http://www.uncommonplayers.org.uk/shows/winter-warmed/