A special adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s ‘Dalloway’ will come to The Playhouse this weekend, and the theatre has announced some very special pre theatre drinks for its audiences.
From Dyad Productions (Austen’s Women, The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe) Virginia Woolf’s celebrated WWI masterpiece ‘Dalloway’ will come to The Playhouse on Saturday (March 21).
And the theatre has now announced it will hold a special viewing of the eagerly anticipated ceremonial burning of the Temple from their Dance Studio before the show.
For the public art project by creative company Artichoke, working with Burning Man artist David Best, people from across the city have come together to build an ornate wooden structure, a Temple made out of recycled plywood.
The structure will be lit of fire at 8pm and Playhouse audiences are invited to enjoy a special viewing of the event ahead of a later curtain call at 8.30pm.
“Audiences are truly spoilt for cultural choice this weekend!” Áine McCarron, theatre programmer at The Playhouse said.
Written and directed by Elton Townend Jones (The Unremarkable Death of Marilyn Monroe) and performed by Rebecca Vaughan (Female Gothic, I, Elizabeth, Austen’s Women) ‘Dalloway’ is a beautifully performed adaption of Virginia Woolf’s celebrated masterpiece.
“Dyad Productions ‘Dalloway’ comes to The Playhouse Saturday March 21 with pre theatre drinks in Playhouse Dance Studio at 8pm and show start 8.30pm. Tickets are £11/ £9 and are available from The Playhouse Box Office on (028)71268027.