SF on the Stage
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Author:  Roy [ Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:11 am ]
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Might as well have a thread as here are another two:

Battery Farm by Gregory Burke
A comedy about the future of care for the elderly and infirm, and those who have to look after them, in a society running out of time, space and resources.

Guardian review
From that review I'd say it has a flavour of Make Room, Make Room/Soylent Green. It has finished at Oran Mor now but is going on tour. I couldn't see tour details.

Really Old, Like Forty Five by Tamsin Oglesby
At the National Theatre, April 9 to 20.

The Telegraph review describes it as
...a dystopian comedy, set in this country about 40 years from now when the problem of an ageing population, with many in the grip of dementia, has become even more pressing than it is at present.

Author:  Roy [ Tue Jul 27, 2010 12:44 pm ]
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The Chorlton Players delve into the world of fantasy and fun, as they stage Stephen Brigg's adaptation of Terry Pratchett's 'fabulous, and very funny, book... "WYRD SISTERS"'.

Expect witches, royalty and shades of the Scottish Play to resonate through St Werburgh's Hall on the 12th - 14th August, 2010 7.30pm
Venue St Werburgh's Church Hall, St Werburgh's Road, Chorlton, Manchester M21 0TL

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