CHRISTMAS IS MILES AWAY

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A touching play about adolescent friendship, from the author of How Love is Spelt.

Luke and Christie are typical sixteen-year-old lads from Manchester. They like camping out, drinking lager and talking about girls. But when they leave school and their lives go in different directions, will they still have things in common?

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David Judge

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Paul Stocke

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Georgia Taylor

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Excited! Looking forward to it! https://t.co/acvBKABsiL
Jackie Kay
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16 Jul
Our fabulous @PREEYAKALIDAS will play Aisha in #Chiaroscuro directed by @LynetteLinton in her first production as A… https://t.co/dlithNsirI
Revolution Talent
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16 Jul
This is gonna be 🔥 https://t.co/egrq9HlNTt
Melissa Saint
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15 Jul
Yes can’t wait to see @PREEYAKALIDAS on stage , her voice 😍 https://t.co/ERcWL1l4Aq
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15 Jul
To be clear, when you theatre people talk about ‘all women this & all women that’ THIS 👇🏾is the diversity I’m looki… https://t.co/LGBtoKPwjk
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15 Jul
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10 Jul

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