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Bent

by Martin Sherman

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Beginning in Berlin in 1934, the play follows Max as he and his lover Rudy find their hedonistic lifestyle suddenly and unexpectedly turned upside-down under the Nazi regime. While this play highlights the little-told story of the persecution of gay people by the Nazis, it has the ability to transcend the horrors of the holocaust and celebrate dignity, courage, identity and love under the harshest of conditions. The play is a love story against all odds that aims to provide a powerful and memorable experience.

This play contains challenging, adult themes, scenes of a sexual nature and
some violence. Not suitable for under-16s.

at the Welsh Church Hall
879 Leytonstone High Road
E11 1HR

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£8 (£5 concessions)
Special rate for parties*

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Fri 30th and Sat 31st May 2014, 8pm

Wed 4 June 2014, 8pm

Fri 6th and Sat 7th June 2014, 8pm

The 7th June performance will be BSL signed.

Please note: There are no matinee performances for this production.

*Buy nine tickets, get a tenth full price ticket free. Only available with online bookings. Pay for the full number of tickets online: we will reimburse you the cost of your free ticket(s) at the door

Max Jim Killeen
Rudy Tom Cannon
Wolf Stuart Clark
Lieutenant Dan Clegg
Greta William Barklam
Freddie Phil Braithwaite
Horst Rudy Huemer
Guard on train Dan Clegg
Officer Ben Wille
Kapo Anthony Smith
Corporal Anthony Smith
Captain Ben Wille
Prisoners William Barklam, Phil Braithwaite
Director Anna Treadway
Assistant Director Lesley Winterflood
Producer Cathy Love
Stage Manager Emily Forsyth
Assistant Stage Manager Emily Carmichael
Sound Operation Rosalind Morris
Lighting Kimber Heath-Renn
Follow Spot Operation Stephen Wright
Lighting consultant Robert Bettelheim
Costumes Cathy Love
Make Up Laura Jayne Hickerton
Front of House Managers Jackie Withnall, Sharon Trotter
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