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About This Production
If we’re all playing the starring role in these films we call our lives, what happens when someone else takes the lead?
Sunday, Bloody Sunday is a black comedy turned tragedy about what goes on inside one's head, and where the line is between whimsical vanity and the signs of something more serious.
Sunday, Bloody Sunday is written by Will Charlton, and supported by The State of the Arts publications and Just Add Milk theatre company.
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* Please note the £5 fee is an admin charge. Tickets are strictly limited and non refundable.