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Dead Quiet

Closed 13 Oct 2018

Kensington Central Library

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Dead Quiet at Kensington Central Library

Image: ImmerCity

Show details

Synopsis


The old librarian, Gwendolyn Radcliffe, never forgot that fateful night in June 1962.


Esteban Moreño's lecture on Cuban music was poorly attended.


His meagre audience was composed of herself, a young journalist, his model girlfriend, a Mathematics student and a drunken vagabond.


However, the event made the news when the drunk was found dead beneath the Library less than an hour later.


The police never identified him, but from then on Gwen often felt she could see the haunting shadow of a sleeping man, slumped among the shelves.


Now in 2018, Gwendolyn has discovered that an undercover agent named 'Anillo Rojo' disappeared in London that very same night.


She has hired the master of the supernatural, Jack Daw, to investigate this mystery.


He is looking for bright minded people to join him and unlock the dark past of the Library.


Jack Daw will put you into groups of six, one to focus on each suspect, so bring friends or make new ones on the night.


Dead Quiet has been created with an exhilarating mix of historic facts and classic sixties spy stories.


Background, advisory warnings


Age suitability: 12+


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Theatre


Name:
Kensington Central Library


Postal address:
12 Phillimore Walk

London W8 7RX

Box office tel: -

Box office email: -

Location map for Kensington Central Library

Dates


Previews from:Saturday 16 June 2018

Press night:Saturday 30 June 2018

Closes:Saturday 13 October 2018

Performance days & times


Evening:

Intervals:1

Matinee:
Saturday - 1-30pm

Intervals:1

Running time: 3 hours

Tickets


Standard:
£23

Concessions:
£21, £19

Access information


All interactions are initiated by the audience and you will not be called on to do something you are uncomfortable with.


The show does involve a fair amount of walking around the space and travelling up and down stairs so please wear sensible shoes.


We have one wheelchair accessible route but due to the size of the lift this is limited to one per show.


If you have any questions please email info@immer‑city.com before you book to ensure we can accommodate you.


Tickets are not available on the door.


Cast


Ben Hale: Jack Daw

Gilly Daniels: Gwendolyn Radcliffe

Gerardo Cabal: Hector Rodriguez

Ben Scheck: Esteban Moreno

Joanne Gale: The Academic

Monica Nash: The Model

Neil Summerville: The Victim


Creatives


Author: David Knight, Rosanna Mallinson
Director: Rosanna Mallinson
Lighting: Clancy Flynn
Production: ImmerCity

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