LUU Theatre Group
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As people begin to leave her behind and her naivety starts to dwindle, will Racheal find her own way in the world? ‘Port’ is about leaving from the perspective of someone who stays.
Mike Leigh’s hilarious representation of the new 70’s middle class reveals the fears, obsessions, preconceptions and pure outrageousness of its seemingly superficial characters.
“No child or future generation will know what this was like, will ever understand.”
“Let’s go for a drink. I don’t know what I’m doing here anyway. One drink. And if you never want to see me again you never have to see me again.”
Terrible things breed in broken hearts.
I can tell the difference between who I am and a side effect
‘There could be no one else, since the door was intended only for you.’
‘If you’re going to play, you have to play properly…’ Everyone creates their own coping strategies, their own rules for living. But what happens when an extended family gathers in the kitchen for a traditional Christmas and they follow these rules rigidly?
‘There’s always room for jokes, there’s always room for boobs, that’s a given, but what else is there room for?’ Lucy Kirkwood’s farcical comedy is hilarious, yet disturbing look at the cut-throat media world exposing power games and privacy in the age of Photoshop.
Irvine Welsh’s seminal Trainspotting follows a motely group of heroin-addicts as they navigate the bedsits, bars and drug-dens that populate Edinburgh’s underbelly. This interactive experience will explore their dark humour and fearless honesty, as their seemingly dystopian world becomes your own.