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Declan – The Actors Centre’s new online play – Review

Declan, written and performed by Alistair Hall and directed by Alexis Gregory (of Riot Act, Arcola, West End, UK tours, and Sex/Crime, Soho Theatre), is launching online to raise critical funds during The Actors Centre’s period of closure.

Set in a Wiltshire suburb, Declan is a contemporary ghost story, exploring isolation, fear of the outside world and the distance between two friends. As Jimbo recalls the disappearance of his best friend Declan, he is plagued by ghosts of the past, present and future, and the boundaries between the real and imagined, the dead and the living, become blurred. With the scent of Declan thick in the air, this is a story of total obsession.



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