Twisted Tales Vol. 2

Twisted Tales Vol. 2

Following on from the success of Twisted Tales, this show is a new trilogy of darkly comic ‘tales of the unexpected.’ Twisted Tales 2 brings you more surprising stories of the macabre and mysterious. Deep in space the crew of the Fortuna are searching for extra-terrestrial life but the ship is malfunctioning, the crew are beginning to show signs of a strange infection and time is running out… As acclaimed sci-fi author Edward R Matherson lays on his death bed, a bloody battle of wits is taking place in his kitchen over the secret of the universe… Jamie’s life is in turnaround. He’s lost his job, he’s desperate for love and his only companion is a malfunctioning Alexa unit. She’s supposed to make his life easier. But the question is – who is serving whom? Time, space, kidnapping, torture, the infinity of the universe, the quest for humanity, the desperate search for meaning, the last gasp of a dying star and copious amounts of tea – these themes and more are covered in ‘Owdyado’s hilariously dark Twisted Tales Vol. 2 – three brand new comedy thrillers live on stage! Featuring scripts by Jon Welch, Brett Harvey & Charlotte Bister & Daniel Richards, Twisted Tales Vol.2 by Hall For Cornwall’s Resident Company ‘Owdyado Theatre will have you laughing, crying and gasping for more! There will be 2 intervals during the show: one of 15-20 mins and a second of 10 mins.

South Shropshire

Date & time:

Sat 16 October 8.00pm

Location:

Chapel Lawn Village Hall SY7 0BW

Enquiries:

07964 710983

www.owdyado.co.uk

Tickets:

Adult: £12.00

North Herefordshire

Date & time:

Thu 04 November 7.30pm

Location:

Conquest Theatre, Bromyard HR7 4LL

Enquiries:

01885 488575; www.conquest-theatre.co.uk

www.owdyado.co.uk

Tickets:

Adult: £10.00

Please obtain tickets by phoning the enquiries number.

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