Arthur’s World

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A SPID Theatre production in the Bush Attic
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Starring Paul Greenwood

A SPID Theatre production performed in the Bush Attic space

Arthur is an OAP, hiding out from the world in his grotty  top floor council flat. He’d move – if it weren’t for his missing son. Today is Michael’s birthday – will he finally come home? But the person Arthur finally lets in turns out to be someone else entirely. This teenager is seeking refuge from The Fights – the raging riots sparked years ago by a notorious computer game. As reality floods Arthur’s tiny world, he is forced to face facts – did the son he loves ever even exist?
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Joseph Tremain
Joseph Tremain is an actor from Essex. He is best known for playing Jim (The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances) in Dr Who. He has also appeared as Jason in the mini web series Frenemies. Recent roles include Edward Dickens in Webcast, Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet (Leicester Square Theatre) and Paulie Crickle in Secret Cinema presents: Back to the Future (2014).
Enyi Okoronkwo
Enyi Okoronkwo trained at Central Schools of Speech and Drama and Queen Mary University. Shows he has performed in include The Merchant of Venice, Uncle Vanya and Blue Stockings. He also works as a writer and director. Last year he wrote Freddie Starr Ate My Hamster, presented by Black Rubix Theatre.
Paul Greenwood
Paul Greenwood played Grandfather in Adrian Noble’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang tour. Other theatre credits include Theatre Royal, Nottingham Theatre, New Vic Theatre and the Finborough. He has performed in the television shows Casualty and Midsummer Murders. He starred in the cult film Frightmare, the comedy TV series Rosie, and the children’s series Captain Kronos.

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20 Nov
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20 Nov
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20 Nov
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