The Last Day

I have been creating the sound design for this brand new adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel. The theme is close to my heart and is still shockingly relevant today. It is presented by Time Zone Theatre, and will be performing at the Old Red Lion Theatre on the 14th and 21st of November, and tickets are available from the theatre website.

 

“Imagine knowing the exact minute your life will end.

 

In the final moments before his execution a man finds himself caught in a whirlwind with the painful and poignant memories of his life and the fear of what comes next.

 

This new adaptation of Victor Hugo’s famous novel revitalises the classic text with theatricality using story-telling and physical theatre and brings our attention to one of the most essential human questions: Can the death penalty ever be justified?”

 

based on a novel by Victor Hugo

Translated by Christopher Moncrieff

 

Dates: Nov. 14th & 21st 2011, 8pm

 

Venue: Old Red Lion Theatre, 418 St John Street, London EC1 V 4NJ

 

Tickets: £ 10 / £ 8

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