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starke.florida:The Final Hours of Ted Bundy
By Ken Varnold
Sunrise in the small town of Starke, hours before his execution, Ted Bundy requests a meeting with Florida detective Howard Stacker, a man who has spent the closing years of his service hunting down America’s most prolific serial killer. Stacker's pursuit of the truth behind another of Bundy’s grisly murders leads both men to look at their demons.
The play sold out for it’s run at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival and was nominated for both Best Drama and Best Actor.
Life's a Gatecrash
by Terry Hughes
Amidst a sea of industrious construction workers from all walks of life and from an array of different parts of the world, stand Mac and Michael where the world of construction represents complete opposites in each of their lives, engineering conflicting attitudes, beliefs and views on what the profession constitutes.
Although the two are emotionally connected and share a history, the time has come for deep issues to be resolved. Grief, anger and jealousy lead the characters down a road of betrayal and malice where the making of a simple phone call has an unfortunate significance.
by Stephen Connor
A troubled, violent relationships collides head on with fate in this intense modern day revenge tradgedy about the horrific consequences that arise when someone refuses to take respponsibility for an act of violence.
The production was sold out for its run at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival and was nominated fro Best Fringe Play at the Manchester Theatre Awards.
by Andy Pope
A shabby backstreet Mancunian bookies shop lends the setting for this dark, lively and moving comedy.
The odds weigh heavily against the characters that inhabit the world of organised gambling. It seems unlikely that any good can come from the compulsions, pitfalls and retribution that are the results of a serious gambling addiction. You're going to need one hell of a lot of luck to get out of this one and a whole lot of heart to see it through.