21st, 22nd & 23rd August 2013.
A totally unique experience combining Film and Theatre. Tickets are £12.50
IF YOU love One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – get set for the play of the film of the play of the book.
Director Alan Veste and producer Phil Bimpson have taken the innovative step of presenting not the stage version of the classic Ken Kesey novel, but their interpretation of the film.
It’s the story of Randle Patrick McMurphy, who avoiding a short prison term, opts for the comparative comfort of a stay in an institution by declaring himself insane.
The tyrannical nurse Ratched has beaten the inmates into submission, but with his two friends Billy Bibbit and the hulking “chief” Bromden, McMurphy sets out to test the limits of the system and the extent of the nurse’s power.
In an innovative twist some brief location segments have been filmed and will be viewed by the audience on a screen before the action switches to the stage.