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Owdyado Theatre; A View from the Edge

A ‘stunning piece of theatre’ will be the first in a line-up of spectacular performances coming to towns and villages across East Yorkshire this Spring.

‘A View From The Edge’ tells the story of seductive beauty Elise Hillerman. Elise’s husband, a prominent gallery owner, mysteriously disappears, prompting her to hire a troubled Private Investigator in a bid to track him down. What follows is a noir-style mystery which promises to keep the audience guessing right to the end.

Witty and fast-paced the performance, by Cornwall-based Owdyado Theatre, is heavily influenced by the work of cult filmmakers Charlie Kaufman and David Lynch.

The show will be the first in a series of performances brought to you via ArtERY Live.

It will be shown at;

  • Driffield School, on Thursday, Feb 9, at 4pm. Tickets £6 (£4 concession) from 01377 253631 ext 281.
  • Lund Village Hall, Frid, Feb 10, 7.30pm. Tickets £8.50 from 01377 217776.
  • Bishop Burton Village Hall, Sun, Feb 12, at 8pm. Tickets, £8 from 01964 552364.

 

The target audience for this show is aged 14 plus.

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