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Ocean of Loneliness @ The Lost Theatre

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Three Lone Citizens on a Stage at the Lost Theatre
You have just four days to catch up with a new production at the Lost Theatre. Ocean of Loneliness is a new play by Aaron Anthony Wallace, a new writer in receipt of the theatre's own 2013 bursary. He was also a finalist in the Lost Theatre's Five Minute Festival last year and has had work performed at the Soho Theatre and Theatre 503.

Ocean of Loneliness
Ocean of Loneliness at the Lost Theatre - Photo Courtesy of the Lost Theatre Website

This new play is a three-handed piece in which the protagonists bare their souls on all kinds of topics, but not necessarily to each other. It is also accompanied by a new and exciting musical score by Damon Burrows and Orpheus Papafilippou. I'm sure the concepts of loneliness within a crowd will chime with many of us even in a venue as close to central London as Vauxhall.
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Why? To see a new play by an upcoming dramatist
When: Performanes at 8pm
Where: The Lost Theatre
Cost: £8 plus concessions
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