December 3, 2009

Losing Marbles – a play by East 15 Acting School

Posted at 2:02 pm in British Museum, Elgin Marbles, Events

East 15 Acting School are performing a play about the Elgin Marbles in London next week.

The play is on Tuesday 8 December & Wednesday 9 December 2009 at 20:00 in the Drill Hall, 16 Chenies Street, London WC1E 7EX. This is conveniently located in central London, only a few minutes walk from the British Museum. Tickets can be booked at the website address below.

the Drill Hall

Losing Marbles
East 15 Acting School Showcase

Losing Marbles is an epic cinemascope blockbuster Christmas show made with the help of sticky back plastic, cardboard tubes and spaghetti.

A high speed chase across the new Europe to discover who owns the past.

English archaeologists, Italian policemen, the Russian Mafia and a lone Greek woman fight it out to see who should keep the Elgin Marbles.

Zenah Leigh – Zoë
Joe Darke – Ivan
Mike Auger – Museum guard, Italian policeman, Hitchhiker
Rebecca Zienko – Museum guard, Italian policeman
Jesse Briton – Restorer 1, Nigel
James Jaggs – Restorer 4, Boss
Tine Bentsen – Restorer 3, Irena, Busker
Sarah Wardeh – Restorer 4, Miroslava, Artist
Claire Gaydon – Grandmother, Shamen
James Inkson – Vlaho
Helen Foan – Director of the British Museum

Tuesday 8 December 2009
Wednesday 9 December 2009
Drill Hall 1

£5 concessions

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  1. Megan said,

    06.29.12 at 6:45 pm

    I loved this play. I was visiting a friend when it was performed in Colchester. Fantastic acting and a wonderful plot full of wit and food for thought. We were surprised that it wasn’t *the* show of the night. My only regret is that it doesn’t seem available on video anywhere. Living in the US makes it complicated to see it repeatedly.

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