RADAR Performance: The Looking Screen

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Produced by Charlie Hanson in association with the Bush Theatre as part of RADAR 2012

Annabel is obsessed with her colleague, Sebastian. Mistrusting the ‘real world’, she’s convinced herself that the only way to get close to him is online. Armed with Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter will Annabel ever get her man?

The Looking Screen is a one woman comic opera written by Anne Chmelewsky (The Office: The Opera, BBC Comic Relief 2009), starring Clare Presland, accompanied on piano by Elizabeth Challenger.

Tickets £12 (£10 concessions, including £10 Under26 tickets) including entry to post-show RADAR SNEAK PEEK: British Tea Break by Hollie Mcnish and Round’Ere by Kat Pearce

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