"A computer has the potential to do anything. All it requires is the right programming... a doctor that can be accessible anytime, from anywhere, for medical advice. Think of the possibilities!"
Admitted to a private room in a state-of-the-art modern hospital, Martin Hitchin's operation is on schedule and all seems well. He is distracted from his slight unease at the advanced technology surrounding him by more pressing problems at home, but a proposed solution to his troubles leads to a disturbing conclusion. Things are about to take a nightmarish turn for the worse in a dark vision of the future that is only too plausible.
A new play written by Woodhouse member Kelly Read.
at the Welsh Church Hall
£8 adults, £5 concessions
Special rate for parties* click here for more booking options
Fri 28 February 2014, 8pm
The matinee on 1st March will be BSL signed.
Also at the|
Waltham Forest Festival of Theatre
Details and booking information on the festival website.
Fri 14 March 2014, 7.30pm
*1 free full price ticket for every 9 (full price and/or concessions) booked. If booking online, please pay for all tickets and a cash refund will be given at the Box Office. Note there is now no longer any extra charge for booking online.
|Martin Hitchin||Richard Penney|
|Director||Cathy Love||Producer||Gill Taylor|
|Stage Manager||Rachel Narborough|
|Assistant Stage Managers||Jim Killeen, Kimber Heath-Renn|
|Lighting design||Moses Wootten|
|Lighting operation||Moses Wootten, Andy Harker|
|Sound design||Peter Raggett|
|Sound operation||Michael Brooks|
|Front of House Managers||Elizabeth Braithwaite, Jeannette Tucker|