St James Theatre
12 Palace Street
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The latest play from Torben Betts, Invincible, comes to the St James Theatre for a run during the summer months. The production features Daniel Copeland in a lead role with further performances from the likes of Laura Howard, Samantha Seager and Darren Strange. The result is likely to be something that audiences will be keen to see. After all, it has already been seen at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, where it received positive reviews, and its transfer to the St James Theatre in the heart of London ensures that it is found by a larger audience.
Invincible follows left-wingers Emily and Oliver as they relocate from London to the North of England during the height of the recession. Hoping to familiarise themselves with a friendlier environment they invite their new neighbours – Alan and Dawn – to their new home. The result is a fascinating collision of different ideologies and outlooks, which captivated audience at the Orange Tree Theatre and looks set to do the same once again, continuing to solidify Torben Betts as a stand-out UK talent.
Betts is a well known playwright whose work has included many acclaimed pieces. Prior to Invincible at the St James Theatre audiences have experienced his work in the forms of The Unconquered on tour in Scotland, Clockwatching for the Orange Tree Theatre and Stephen Joseph Theatre and A Listening Heaven for the Edinburgh Lyceum Theatre. He is also a screenwriter whose work includes this year’s Downhill.
In a year that also brings the likes of Breeders to the venue, Invincible runs at the St James Theatre from Thursday 10th July 2014.
|Booking From:||Saturday, 9th August 2014|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 9th August 2014|
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