Visible in Bath

PUBLISHED: 14:25 30 March 2006 | UPDATED: 09:04 24 May 2010

A PROVOCATIVE and darkly comic drama is being staged in on Friday and Saturday. Cardboard Citizen, the UK's leading pioneer of interactive theatre, is bringing Visible to the Ustinov Studio in the Theatre Royal. In a mock Georgian house on an exclusive e

A PROVOCATIVE and darkly comic drama is being staged in on Friday and Saturday.Cardboard Citizen, the UK's leading pioneer of interactive theatre, is bringing Visible to the Ustinov Studio in the Theatre Royal.In a mock Georgian house on an exclusive estate, Rob and Hattie are preparing Sunday lunch for friends and neighbours but all is not going to plan. A sedate, suburban Sunday is ripped apart with shocking results.Visible boldly challenges how we guard our wealth and our right to happiness. Written by Sarah Woods, an established radio and theatre dramatist, the play asks whether we sometimes lose sight of the world around us.Cardboard Citizens is the only professional theatre company which works consistently with homeless and ex-homeless people as performers.Tickets, priced £7-10, are available from the box office on 01225 448844.


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