The play is written and directed by the school’s drama club teacher, Marcus Armstrong. It’s aimed at anyone over 11 years old. The intention is to figuratively ‘hold up a mirror to the audience, and ask them to question their response.’
The synopsis of the play…
The end of the world has rained from the sky after the Euro/Americas war and an old mental institute and its terrible secrets have been left undiscovered: until now.
A group of children, on the run from a mysterious foe, stumble into the abandoned fortress and must ask themselves the question: just because someone is a little different, does that really mean they cannot be trusted?
How to buy tickets:
Tickets are just £3 and are available from the School Library on 01747 833844.
You can also reserve them by email – firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds go to Dorset Mind.
Find out more about Gillingham School here.
Time: Doors open at 18.15 – play starts at 18.30 prompt (it’s approx. an hour long).
Date: Thursday 15th and Friday 16th June.
Place: The Creative Arts Theatre, Gillingham School, Harding’s Lane, Gillingham. SP8.
Cost: £3 (ages from 11+).