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CAMEL BY CHARLY CLIVE                        

13th -23rd April 2017
Location: Under St Marks, 94 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10009

Camel is a new play by Charly Clive, directed by Michael Bradshaw Flynn. In a small town in suburban America, a town in Virginia, a town with no quarry, Gus Steinem is experiencing loss for the very first time. It's been a week since his long estranged high school love, Louie was found dead and even though he hasn't seen her for years, suddenly she's everywhere.

Camel is a dark comedy about almost love, definite loss and marijuana.


BRITNEY BY CHARLY CLIVE AND ELLEN ROBERTSON

August 2016 - Feb 2017
Edinburgh Festival Fringe & London Vault Festival

When good brains go bad. This is the very true and very funny story of two
best friends coming to terms with one being diagnosed with a brain tumour. As told by a host of unlikely and occasionally fictional characters, the show is a comedy cum sketch show cum cabaret cum play cum one cum all cum to the show. Hopefully it's a reminder that sometimes laughter is the best medicine. (Ultimately the best medicine is the operation and please, if you have a brain tumour, seek urgent medical attention).


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The first man by Wil Hart                        

1st-4th September 2016
Location: Under St Marks, 94 St Marks Pl, New York, NY 10009

The First Man is a new play by Wil Hart. The play, directed by Michael Bradshaw Flynn, dives into the lives of three beings at three different moments in time, as their world’s collide, shatter and get pieced back together. It examines cycles of the human experience, wrestling with themes of power, love, sex, religion and the not-knowing. It’s a visceral and darkly comic exchange between actors and audience, not for the faint-hearted but definitely a fascinating night at the theatre.