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THIRTY THREE @ THE OLD FITZ

 

oldfitz-1A good dose of theatre verite takes over the top tier of the Old Fitz pub as resident production company curate the first of a new series of performances, THIRTY THREE.

THIRTY THREE is not only the title of the play but the capacity of audience allocation as viewers sit along three walls and watch a dinner party thrown by Sas to celebrate her thirty-third birthday degenerate into a debauched debacle. Continue reading THIRTY THREE @ THE OLD FITZ

PVT WARS @ The Old Fitz

Tom Oakley in PVT Wars. Pic Rupert Reid
Tom Oakley in PVT Wars. Pic Rupert Reid

The Old Fitzroy delivers night owl’s a splendid slice of theatre with a production of PVT WARS by James McLure.

Set in a veteran’s hospital, three physically and psychologically damaged soldiers co-exist in fractious society, a kind of camaraderie held together by the commonality of their confinement after combat.

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