Sam. The Good Person


The story follows the travails of compulsive liar Sam as reality and self-constructed fiction collide, spiralling out of control to disastrous effect.
Sam. The Good Person at The Bunker

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Overview


Genre: Black comedy
Venue: The Bunker
Started: Tuesday 15 January 2019
Closes: Saturday 19 January 2019
Running time:1 hr 15 mins (approx)
Age suitability: Adults only

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Synopsis


Sam. The Good Person is the first play from award-winning actor and writer Declan Perring, who also stars.


The story follows the travails of compulsive liar Sam as reality and self-constructed fiction collide, spiralling out of control to disastrous effect.


Sam is a good person.


But what makes someone a good person?


How far would you go to convince others you are?


When your mind can't differentiate between the truth and a lie, facts becomes irrelevant and the only thing that matters is the story you are telling.


Whatever the cost.


Sam. The Good Person is a startling black comedy that examines just how easy it is for a lie to spiral out of control and change your life forever.


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Theatre


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Postal address:
53a Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU

Box office tel: 0207 234 0486

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Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 15 January 2019

Press night:Tuesday 15 January 2019

Closes:Saturday 19 January 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Wednesday ‑ 9‑00pm

Thursday ‑ 9‑00pm

Friday ‑ 9‑00pm

Saturday ‑ 9‑00pm


Matinee:
Saturday - 3:00pm

Tickets


Standard:
£16

Concessions:
Concessions: £14 Under 30s: £10

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Cast


Sam - Declan Perring

Creatives


Author: Declan Perring
Director: Stephanie Withers
Lighting: Will Alder
Sound: Nick Clinch
Video designer: Joe Potter
Production: Off The Middle

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