I know it’s a cliche – but it’s true…
‘BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND.’ Our production of my play THE MISTAKE, about Hiroshima and the first atomic bomb, is returning to the Arcola Theatre, Dalston, London, E8 3DL for one more week – April 18th – 22nd.
Performances are now at the earlier time of 7pm, (curtain down at 8.20pm approx.) with a Saturday matinee on the 22nd April at 3pm.
If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s your chance…
If you have already seen it, thank you. But please feel free to see it again! Or at any rate, feel free to phone a friend, mail a mate, or nudge a neighbour to get along and see it – we’d be hugely grateful!
Emiko Ishii will still be with me, giving her heart-stopping portrayal of atomic bomb survivor Shigeko…
And here are just a few of the audience feedback comments from the other week…
‘I will never forget this play. Absolutely brilliant and so powerful.’ ‘A completely engrossing, moving and important play.’ ‘Thought-provoking, moving, overwhelming.’ ‘Exceeded all expectations. Absolutely riveting.’ ‘Brilliant performance. It has made me urgently need to know ever more about these events. Loved the use of props, especially the airplane scene.’
Thank you, as ever, for your support.
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