Fear

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How far could you go to get what you want?

A contemporary tale of desire and greed, FEAR explores the impact of a life changing encounter between two Londoners from contrasting worlds.

Taking a deeper look at what we value and fear, BAFTA award winner Dominic Savage’s stage debut is a raw journey into the heart of some of our deepest urban anxieties.

“Savage’s work is the last word in gritty drama” Guardian

 

Dominic is a multii award-winning documentary, film and television maker. Writing and directing credits include upcoming BBC1 drama True Love (starring David Tennant and Billy Piper), Nice Girl (Best New Director BAFTA), When I Was 12 ( BAFTA Award for Best Single Film), Out of Control in 2002 (RTS best single drama, Micheal Powell award best film Edinburgh Film Fest).

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Playwright and Director
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Lorna Brown

Theatre includes: Clybourne Park (Royal Court and Wyndhams Theatre); Short Fuses (Bristol Old Vic); Once on This Island (Hackney Empire & Tour); Things of Dry Hours (Royal Exchange & Gate Theatre); 93.2FM (Royal Court); Trade (RSC); The Big Life, Funny Black Women on the Edge (Stratford East).

Television includes: Dominic Savage’s True Love, Outnumbered, Much Ado About Nothing, French and Saunders, Family Business, Rough Treatment and Bad Girls.

Film includes: Les Miserables, World War Z, Gambit, Little Soldier.

Aymen Hamdouchi

Television includes: Dominic Savage’s True Love, Black Mirror: The National Anthem.

Film includes: Offender, My Brother The Devil, Zero Dark Thirty, Laid Off, Ghost, Some Dogs Bite.

Jason Maza

Theatre for the Bush includes Flight Path.

Other theatre includes: Sucker Punch (Royal Court), Pornography (Tricycle Theatre, Mad Blud Theatre).

Television includes: Silk, Whitechapel, The Titanic and Trial & Retribution; and for film, Get Lucky, Tribe, The Man Inside, Welcome to the Punch, Outside Bet, The Knot and Victim.

Louise Delamere

Theatre credits include: Suddenly Last Summer (Nottingham Playhouse); Tartuffe (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Cyrano de Bergerac (Haymarket Theatre). Television includes: The Bible, Vexed, Scott & Bailey, Waterloo Road, The Good Samaritan, Torchwood, The Rise and Fall of Rome, The Chatterley Affair, No Angels and People Like Us. Film includes: The List, U Want Me 2 Kill Him, A Boy Called Dad, Daddy’s Girl, The Boys, Family Business, Born Romantic and Judge Dredd.

Rupert Evans

Theatre for the Bush includes Fear and the Broken Space Season.

Other theatre includes: Life is a Dream, Kiss of the Spiderwoman (Donmar Warehouse); Romeo and Juliet, King John (RSC); Breathing Corpses (Royal Court); Sweet Panic (Duke of York’s Theatre).

Television includes: World Without End, The Little House, Emma, Monday Monday, The Palace, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Fingersmith, North and South and Sons and Lovers.

Film includes: The Incident, Elfie Hopkins, Sidney Turtlebaum, Agora, Guamtanamero, Otto and Hellboy.

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