Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Loach to appear at Old Vic
ACCLAIMED filmmaker Ken Loach takes to the stage at Bristol Old Vic Studio later this month.
Mr Loach is famous for his 'realist' and powerful potrayal of social issues in his films, which include Sweet Sixteen and Cathy Comes Home. His most recent film, The Angel's Share, won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
The 76-year-old is one of four actors that will perform Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour's play White Rabbit, Red Rabbit presented by Aurora Nova Productions.
The play asks the audience to imagine the horror of being 29-years-old and forbidden from leaving your country.
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White Rabbit, Red Rabbit runs for four nights at the Bristol Old Vic Studio from Wednesday, January 16 until Saturday, January 19.
It will be performed by a different actor each night, they will not have access to the play before their performance, instead they will be handed a sealed envelope and asked to read cold.
Mr Loach will perform on Saturday. The others to take on the role are theatre maker Annabel Arden, actors Akiya Henry and Simon Shepherd.
White Rabbit, Red Rabbit is suitable for audiences over the age of 12. Performances will begin at 8pm each evening and tickets cost £12 with concessions available.
For further information and to book online visit www.bristololdvic.org.uk.