7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
11th March, 2013
by Philip Ridley
Director Angie Langfield
Performed by BA (Hons) Acting students.
Set in a derelict tower block in London’s East End, Moonfleece is the story of Curtis, a young man haunted by his past and by the ghost of his dead brother Jason. With the help of fellow members of the extreme right wing party within which he is a prominent figure, Curtis arranges a séance in the flat where he and Jason grew up, to find out why he is being haunted and what his dead brother is trying to tell him.
However, things turn out very differently from what he expects and one of the squatters has a secret which will turn Curtis’s life upside down.
By permission of Knight Hall Agency Ltd.
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