Picnic And Play At St Michael's Elmwood Road
Watch a performance of 'The Language Archive' as you relax
St Michael’s players are performing The Language Archive by Julia Cho on Friday, 27th and Saturday, 28th June.
The background to this play is the frightening speed at which we are losing our cultural and linguistic diversity as globalisation threatens minority cultures and languages. This delightful tragi-comedy actually deals with the limitations of language as the participants in a language archive (dedicated to the preservation of dead and dying languages) spectacularly fail to communicate!
Performances are at 7.45pm on Friday, 27th and Saturday, 28th June (doors open 7.15pm) at the St Michael’s Hall, Elmwood Road, W4 3DZ.
Tickets are available on line (£9 - £7 concessions) at stmichaelsplayers.weebly.com/ or on the door (£10).
The play is being offered as a ‘picnic and play’ – seating will be at tables and the audience are welcome to bring a picnic for consumption before and after the performance to create a relaxed social setting.
The St Michael’s Players is an extremely active Chiswick-based theatre group and are looking for new members. Anyone interested in joining them on or off stage should contact them via their web site.
June 19, 2014