18 Jul 2012 - 19 Jul 2012

Gods Are Fallen and All Saftey Gone

Written and Directed by Selma Dimitrijevic

By Selma Dimitrijevic

Directed By Selma Dimitrijevic

production information

What happens when we discover that our parents are flawed human beings, and that at some point, sooner than we think, they are suddenly going to disappear from our lives?

Intimate and funny, this play presents a lifetime of conversations, condensed into four versions of the same moment.

Gods are Fallen and All Safety Gone is a work-in-progress performance followed by a Question and Answer session with the company.

Dates & Tickets

Evening performances 18 and 19 July at 7.30pm

ASSISTED PERFORMANCES
Audio Description, Captioning and Integrated BSL
Wed 18 July at 7.30pm

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£15

Concessions (Jobseekers Allowance, Full-Time Students, Over 60s, Deaf and disabled patrons) £10.00
All concessions are subject to availability and proof of eligibility must be presented when booking and collecting tickets.

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Sean returns to the Almeida with Greyscale after performing in Theatre Brothel at last year’s Festival. His theatre credits include Wittenberg (Gate Theatre), Death and the Maiden (Salisbury Playhouse), Gambling (Soho Theatre), As You Like It (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), and Berlin-Hanover Express (Hampstead Theatre). Sean was nominated for Best Actor at the Evening Standard, Tony and Oliver Awards for his performance in Stones in His Pockets which transferred to the West End and Broadway. His television credits include Holby City, Vera and Borgia. His film credits include Timbuktu and Goldfish Memory.

Additional information

Running time is approximately one hour followed by a post-show discussion.

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