Terrorism

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“It might seem a little cramped, but really, for a W12 postcode, at this price, we are talking about a very competitive property.”

Nadia and Daniel have a secret. In fact they have quite a few.

They have just signed on the dotted line for an overpriced studio flat on Shepherd’s Bush Green. Under a pseudonym, naturally.

But as much as they try and redefine the rules, the outside world encroaches in upon them. As the impending explosion draws ever nearer, how many casualties will there be?

Ultra-contemporary, sexy and funny, Terrorism pushes the boundaries of trust, love and lust to the limit.

Location: Room 56, Dorsett

This is a past event 03 Oct 2016 to 08 Oct 2016

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Trevor White, Daniel
Trevor White
Trevor White plays Daniel/Simon in Terrorism Theatre includes Long Day's Journey Into Night (West End), Henry IV, Parts I & II, Coriolanus (RSC), The Machine (Donmar & NY), Red Bud, Enron, Aunt Dan & Lemon (all Royal Court), Macbeth (Regent's Park), Purple Heart (Gate). Upcoming: Thebes Land (Arcola). Film includes The Dark Knight Rises, Jason Bourne, World War Z, A Summer In Genova, Burton & Taylor, The Whistleblower, Die Another Day. Upcoming: American Assassin, As We Like It and Mad To Be Normal. TV includes Downton Abbey, Episodes, Hunted, X Company, Foyle's War, Moonshot, House of Saddam, The Path to 9/11, The Line of Beauty. Upcoming: SS-GB. Radio includes Tales Of The City, The Life And Loves Of A She Devil, Homefront, Moby Dick, Hombre, The 33, The Long Goodbye, The Great Gatsby and Revolutionary Road.
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Eleanor Matsuura
Eleanor Matsuura plays Nadia in Terrorism Theatre includes Here We Go (National Theatre), Bull (Sheffield Theatre/New York), The Changeling (Young Vic), Danton’s Death (National Theatre), Enron (Chichester/Royal Court Theatre/West End), Stovepipe (High Tide/The Bush/National Theatre) and Coriolanus (RSC). Films include Justice League, Wonder Woman, 101 Year Old Man, Burn Burn Burn, The Lady In The Van, Spooks: The Greater Good, Blood Moon, Residue, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa and Love Punch. TV includes Into The Badlands, Sherlock, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Comic Strip Presents…Rebekah, Cuffs, Da Vinci's Demons, Silk, The Smoke, Law & Order UK, Utopia, Twenty Twelve, Vexed and Hacks.

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