The play follows seven separate stories that all have one thing in common – a park bench, using mine to surrealism to tell the tale of two inseparable drifters – and a large number of characaters – on their journey in this original piece of theatre.
Owdyado formed in 2010, and over the past year they have developed from a small scale theater duo to a professional touring company and have brought in Simon Harvey of Kneehigh and O-region in to direct About a Bench.
About a Bench will be at The City Gate, Exeter as part of The Exeter Fringe Festival 2011 on June 22 and 23. Performance begins at 2pm on June 22 and 4pm on June 23. Tickets are £6 and can be purchased from Exeter Phoenix Box Office 01392 667080
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