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Relationships unearthed at theatre

Posted onPosted on 13th Jul

A university-level student from West Nottinghamshire College will be directing a play about relationships as he completes his studies in performing arts.

HND Performing Arts graduate Craig Foster, 25, from Sutton-in-Ashfield is one eighth of Mansfield-based theatre company, Zodiac Theatre.

The play, called Imaginary Lines, originally written by Reggie Oliver, is a light-hearted comedy which shows the development of relationships between characters Howard and Wanda whose meeting is written in the stars but it’s not all plain sailing.

Through witty asides to the audience, Imaginary Lines breaks the fourth wall, creating a humorous and honest atmosphere for the audience to enjoy and is being shown on Friday and Saturday 24 and 25 July at 7.30pm.

Craig said: “It’s been an absolute pleasure to direct Zodiac Theatre as every cast and crew member has put so much into this production. It’s difficult to maintain the level of commitment these talented actors have demonstrated, whilst working a range of demanding jobs during the daytime – so it’s a credit to all involved.

“I’m looking forward to audiences enjoying a production which I have seen coming to life week after week.”

Join Zodiac Theatre as they take the audience on a journey through Howard and Wanda’s relationship and their sometimes brutally honest opinions on each other and in fact everybody else they encounter.

Tickets cost £9 each and £7 for concessions. To book call 07463 520033.