The Creature by Lucy Gough

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The Creature by Lucy Gough

Time: October 1, 2019 at 8pm to October 10, 2019 at 9pm
Location: Chapter
Event Type: performance
Organized By: chris durnall
Latest Activity: Jul 17, 2019

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With the assistance of the Arts Council of Wales,The National Lottery and Chapter


The premier of a new play


THE CREATURE by Lucy Gough


Directed by Chris Durnall


‘Misery has made me a fiend’


When someone kills, when their crime is so terrible, so incomprehensible, can we still call them human?  Who is to blame?  Who and what creates monsters?


Taking Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as inspiration, THE CREATURE takes place in the mind and the prison cell of a young boy in a secure unit, as he attempts to avoid taking responsibility for what he has done, but also tries to understand it.


Following last years acclaimed production of THE WOLF TATTOO by Lucy Gough, COMPANY OF SIRENS present a specially commissioned play from the same award winning author that explores the origins of criminal behaviour and asks what it is that makes us monsters.


Developed through work with young offenders in prisons and secure units. THE CREATURE is a powerful new play dealing with an issue central to our lives.


“It is this feel of almost continuing menace that holds us throughout the gripping story and the extraordinary performances of the cast that gives us such an amazing and satisfying theatre experience” (Theatre in Wales on The Wolf Tattoo)

“Gough’s text deftly shifts between the naturalistic and the surreal—the universe she creates encompasses not only lupine youths tearing people apart in forests, but also supermarkets and mobile phone signals” (Wales Arts Review on The Wolf Tattoo)


Chapter 30th September till 10th October at 8.00 Tickets £12.00/10.00          


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