Lucy Ellinson in Presumption
Photo by Mark Cohen
Our autumn programme is pretty much confirmed, with the possible addition of a trip to High Fest in Armenia next month. The Lad Lit Project, 9 Billion Miles From Home and Presumption are all out on the road, and full the details are on the Third Angel home page.
No doubt these projects will all get more discussion on this blog individually as they loom closer. However, I wanted to give a special mention to Presumption at Southwark Playhouse. We're delighted to be doing a three week run there (17 November - 6 December) at the behest of our friend Ellie Jones. It looks like a great season lined up there, including Ellie's own production of How To Disappear And Never Be Found and Unlimited Theatre's The Ethics of Progress (co-written by Chris Thorpe who, of course, performs and co-wrote Presumption), followed by a world premiere of the stage version of Philip Pullman's The Scarecrow and His Servant.
It's a really exciting season to be a part of, but that's not the reason for mentioning it now. The reason is Southwark Playhouse's 'airline ticket' style booking system, which basically means the earlier you book, the more likely you are to get a cheaper ticket. So book now, and you can see the show for £8. Tell your friends!