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Hundreds and Thousands - Soho Theatre

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by Catherine Stobbs (subscribe)
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Hundreds and Thousands is a brand new play performing at the Soho Theatre in central London. The play was written by Lou Ramsden and is described as a dark and twisted play.

The story follows Lorna who is 44 and no longer able to ignore her biological clock ticking away. She is desperate to start a family with her true love Alan. But all is not well, when she moves in with Allan there are many dark secrets lurking in his isolated farmhouse, and her idyllic future with him is not quite going to turn out as planned.

Lorna has to make a decision whether to do the right thing or ignore all of her natural instincts to get the family that she wants. With ringing in the corridor, banging in the cellar and warnings of cannibals in tall hats, what exactly is going on. She needs to make her own decisions as the horror begins to unfold.

The play opens upstairs in the Soho Theatre on June 21st and features an excellent cast including Lacey Turner of Eastenders fame.

Writer Lou Ramsden first play Breed was produced by Theatre503 in 2010 and was shortlisted for the Critics' Circle Most Promising Playwright Award.

Tickets and further information about the play can be found on the theatres website.

The play is being produced by Buckle for Dust in association with English Touring Theatre.

Soho theatre is in prime location for an evening of entertainment in central London. The theatre itself hosts an impressive bar which serves drinks, food and coffee all day until late. Check out the website for more details.
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Why? For a twisted and dark night at the theatre
When: Tues - Sat 7:45pm, 3pm matinees 25 June & 16th July, Special late night show on 1st July at 9.30pm
Where: 21 Dean Street, London W1D 3N
Cost: 12.50 (10 concessions)
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