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BED

Mon 10th – Sat 29th Aug 2015

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“Come along and join us for an exploration of love and relationships in the 21st Century. Who knows what you might find under the covers?”

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Revolving Shed

SUMMARY

How can we navigate the cyber world in order to find any semblance of a relationship?

Can we really be sure that the person we fall for is who they say they are?

What happens when a relationship is not entirely reciprocal?

Follow Eddie’s self-realisation when navigating the extent that he should invest in a relationship.

Leading on from LSE’s acclaimed production of Buoy in 2013, the talented young actors of LSE’s Revolving Shed bring another one word titled, short play to Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Unlike the punchy, yet arguably vague title, BED aims to be thought provoking and challenges what it means to be young and in a relationship in a world captivated by social media.

Drawing inspiration from Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche of New York, Dunn explores the surreal in the young adult’s life, navigating the line between reality and fiction in a relationship.

BED aims to be an exposing and vulnerable performance with a cast of young and promising actors including Celine Buckens who appeared in Spielberg’s War Horse.

Come along and join us for an exploration of love and relationships in the 21st Century. Who knows what you might find under the covers?

Admission: £8(£6)

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