Dying For It
Thursday 29 October 2015, 7.30PM to 31 Oct 7.30pm
It’s 1920’s Russia. There are queues for everything: coal, food, jobs. Amidst the thousands of unemployed and hungry, stands Semyon Semyonovich. He and his wife Masha, the overworked breadwinner of the family, live in an over-crowded house. Inside the chaos, Semyon finds himself facing one of life’s big decisions. But who is he willing to die for?
Moira Buffini’s dark farce presents us with one weekend, a note, a party and a suicide.
Join us on:
Thursday 29th October
Friday 30th October
and Saturday 31st October at 7.30pm.
Parking is available in Field Lane and Kimberlow Lane car parks which are accessible from the A1079 Grimston Bar Park & Ride/York Sport Village entrance. Parking charges are £1 per hour up to 4 hours, £6 for 10 hours - card payments are accepted at the pay and display ticket machines. Parking is free at weekends and between 6pm and 8am. Further directions and maps can be obtained from the central university website: http://www.york.ac.uk/about/maps/campus/#field-lane-enter-via-grimston-bar-park-and-ride-hull-road-
Location: TFTV/011 Large Rehearsal Room - Department of Theatre, Film and Television, Heslington East Campus, University of York
Admission: Ticket prices £8/concession £5. Tickets will be sold in the TFTV Foyer daily and Vanbrugh stalls 12-2pm on Friday 23rd, Monday 26th and Wednesday 28th of October.