Sedos's Summer Festival

Theatre, Drama
The amatuer theatre company Sedos, which is based at Bridewell theatre, presents an ambitious programme as part of a summer festival. Lucy Prebble's hit play 'Enron' about the Enron scandal, which was first staged in London at the Royal Court in 2009, is revived here (10-14 Jul), alongside Neil LaBute's 'Autobahn' which is made up of several one-act plays set in a car seat (16-20 Jul) and Terrence McNally's musical 'A Man of No Importance' (23-27 Jul). See www.sedos.co.uk for more information.

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