Warehouse of Dreams at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
Random Thoughts Limited Presents Warehouse of Dreams, written by Chuck Anderson and directed by Dan Phillips.
A new play wrenched from today’s shocking headlines about the tragedies unfolding in the Middle East will help children whose lives have been uprooted by war.
The world premiere of Warehouse of Dreams runs for four weeks from 11th November at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre in Kentish Town. The story explores the difficult moral decisions that aid workers who manage refugee camps have to make.
Every ticket sold includes a £2 donation to support the humanitarian work of War Child. This small, dynamic charity, also based in Kentish Town, provides first of all protection, and then vital care and counselling to children traumatised by war. It helps them reclaim their lost childhood and gives them the educational opportunities they need to exercise their right to a sustainable future.
Additionally, a four-week campaign launches today on www.crowdfunder.co.uk/angel to attract extra funding for the production. Twenty percent of the sum raised will be donated to War Child.
Writer-producer Chuck Anderson says “There are rewards for donors, too. Free tickets to the show and a copy of the theatre programme book with the complete text of the play. You can follow the progress of the production on an internet Video Diary. You can even be invited to the Press Party to meet the cast and crew.”
Warehouse of Dreams
The Lion and Unicorn Theatre
42-44 Gaisford Street
London, NW5 2ED
Tuesday 11th November to Saturday 6th December
(Tuesday – Saturday 7.30pm
Saturday matinee 3.30pm)
Press night: Thursday 13th November at 7.30pm
Tickets: £19 (Adults)/£15 (Concessions)
Box Office: 08444 77 1000
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Wednesday 3rd September 2014