The town’s Little Theatre is to kick off 2018 with a week-long run of not one but two plays by modern writers.
And they’ll be staged against a backdrop of black curtains rather than a traditional set.
The Union Street theatre will present ‘You’ by Mark Wilson and ‘Amateur Girl’ by Amanda Whittington from 5 to 10 February.
The first centres on a woman recalling the baby she was forced to give up for adoption as a schoolgirl.
And the second details the pressures behind a woman’s gradual slide into the sex industry.
Director Vicki Hyde said: ‘Both plays are built on memory and are moving pieces of theatre about what life can do to people.
‘Using the black curtains allows the writers and actors to tell the story with no distractions – just the power of words.’
Tickets at £10 are available on 0777 298 1037.
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