New London-based physical theatre company Pan!c Drama brings its debut production Dogs on a Highway to Drayton Arms Theatre for two performances only later this week. Be quick to book tickets!
The devised tale runs at the pub theatre from 15-16 March 2020.
As we get older our priorities shift. We make more and more sacrifices for our career, our loved ones and our place in the world. But how much do we value life itself and what these things might cost us?
Dogs on a Highway uses text, puppetry and physical theatre to explore how creativity diminishes as life takes its toll. The production was first seen at the Etcetera Theatre earlier this year, when it sold out.
The production is devised, directed and performed by a quartet of multi-talented actors, Freddie Brook, Rouven Blessing, Luke Warrington and Damian Curco.
Brook’s on-stage appearances include Love And Information for Nick Hastings Productions and The Long Bones at the White Bear Theatre, where he also worked as Assistant Director on Fourplay last year. Blessing previously worked with Residenztheater in Munich, Curco appeared in RCSSD productions of The Blue Room and Three Sisters, and Warrington boasts numerous credits at the Stahl Theatre.
The spring season at the Drayton Arms Theatre is packed with varied shows including Jeff Page‘s new play about disability and the voluntary sector, Charity Case, Aktualise Theatre’s double bill The Happiest Place on Earth / Prototype and Kevin Lee‘s Short Stories.
Dogs on a Highway runs at Drayton Arms Theatre, 153 Old Brompton Road, London SW5 0LJ from 15 to 16 March 2020, with performances Sunday 5pm and Monday 7.30pm. Tickets are priced £12. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!!