‘The Chairs’ Directed by Thomas George
2nd June 2021
13:15 Doors open
13:30 Event commence
14:30 Event close
Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, England PL4 8AY, United Kingdom

‘The Chairs’ Directed by Thomas George

The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco explore the meaning of human existence.

In this interpretation of the text, there is a focus on the how society value the elderly.

It explores how the elderly are left behind by younger generations, as two characters try and find their purpose in later years.

Due to restrictions in place, these performances are performed in the House Theatre and House Studio and are live streamed to the Jill Craigie Cinema.

Performances are only available to be watched by Plymouth Conservatoire students. Any student wishing to reserve a seat can do so by clicking on the following link:

MayFestivalSeatReservations@live.plymouth.ac.uk/bookings/

The May Festival is a programme of live streamed performances presented by various courses across The Plymouth Conservatoire

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