Starting at 7.45pm Upstairs at The Western, 70 Western Road, Leicester come and see Magic Number Six and Semper Eadem, both written by local writer, Paul Gosling.
Magic Number Six chronicles the sometimes difficult working relationship between Patrick McGoohan and Lew Grade.
In 1966, McGoohan was the highest-paid actor in TV, star of the hit series Danger Man and with ambitions to write, produce and direct. Grade was head of ATV television and responsible for some of the biggest shows of the era such as The Saint and Thunderbirds.
McGoohan's idea for a new show, The Prisoner, went on to be regarded as the cult TV classic of the era with its mix of James Bond intrigue and Alice in Wonderland surrealism.
Magic Number Six enjoyed a successful run at Little Theatre's One Act Festival in 2012. Crooked Hand is pleased to see Karen Gordon, Colin Woods and Rob Leeson reprising their roles in 2013.
Semper Eadem is a satirical monologue, sponsored by the Transglobal Corporation. Written by local author Paul Gosling and directed by Carolos Dandolo, it is Crooked Hand's first collaboration with actor Phil Norman.
Tickets are priced £5/£4 concessions and can be purchased from http://tinyurl.com/bzuq2qm
Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
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