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A Sudden Burst of Blinding Light Rosemary Branch Theatre

A Sudden Burst of Blinding LightJude Beringer thinks she’s going mad. Then she meets Leon, a young card magician who can make people disappear. What follows is a wildly entertaining journey through the minds of two young people surviving against the odds in the big bad city.

A Sudden Burst of Blinding Light is at once a delirious game-show, a witty and inventive exploration of mental illness, and a powerfully compassionate play about family, friendship and illusion.

Ben Maier is a writer and performer. He recently co-wrote and provided songs for A Dashing Fellow (New Diorama). Other credits include extensive work with Skinnybone Theatre and Wireless Mystery Theatre in Belfast. His one-man show An Imaginary Circus, produced by Belka Productions, commences a UK tour in the Autumn.

‘Extraordinary energy and vitality… a tour de force’ – Edinburgh Guide on An Imaginary Circus

Founded in 2013 by Berengere Ariaudo de Castelli, Charlie Ely and Tessa Shrubsall, London Grey & Green Theatre is an ambitious young theatre company dedicated to exploring the world around us through imaginative and varied performance techniques.  We are interested in intelligent and provocative new writing and are also committed to producing work with at least 50% female representation on the stage.  This is the company’s third production on the London fringe and the second at the Rosemary Branch.

A Sudden Burst of Blinding Light
Rosemary Branch Theatre
2 Shepperton Road, London, N1 3DT
7th to 12th October 2014
7.30pm from the 7th – 11th October
4pm on the 11th and 12th October, 2014
Box Office:  020 7704 666
Book online

Thursday 2nd October 2014


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