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Everyone Should Have A Gun

Everyone Should Have a Gun

16 September 2013 - 17 September 2013

Upstairs @ The Carriageworks: 7:45pm

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by A.R.T
 
Everyone Should Have a Gun takes an unnerving look at life in the 21st Century. Hilarious, vicious, daring and poignant how far would you go to fight for your life?
 
Two girls know each other better than they know themselves, but familiarity breeds contempt when you share the same air...
 
Haunted by visions and metaphors of a previous encounter, will they ever piece together their collective memories and discover the terrifying truth behind their captivity? With only each other to rely on, they must put their hatred aside and fight for a brand new life...
 
Originally performed at 'The Zoo' as part of the 2006 Edinburgh Festival, 'Everyone Should Have A Gun' was written and directed by Phil Stokes, the Artistic Director of Horizon Arts Theatre Company. A.R.T is the new in-house theatre company at the Grammar School At Leeds

Price:   £6 (£5 concession)

Contact details:   0113 2243801
www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk

Additional information:  

Carriageworks 

The Electric Press
3 Millennium Square
Leeds
LS2 3AD

Details  

Theatre in Millennium Square showcasing the best national and international touring productions

Facilities  

Bar
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
Tea and coffee facilities
Toilets

Access  

Accessible to wheelchair users with assistance and mobility impaired walker, disabled toilets, standard toilets, assistance dogs allowed.

Public transport  

City centre links

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