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Closed 14 Feb 2021
Image courtesy New Perspectives
145 years since its first appearance, our love affair with the telephone continues to grow.
And at a time where we all need love and connection more than ever, New Perspectives has teamed up with award-winning rural theatre-maker Sophia Hatfield to offer a series of short love-themed plays to be performed live down the telephone over Valentine's weekend to the person of your choice.
Book a time and you or your loved one will receive a five-minute play performed just for them by phone.
The perfect Valentine's gift for the special person in your life, a drama lover or anyone in need of a touch of romance.
Pick up the phone and let the drama unfold...
Background, advisory warnings
Age suitability: 16+
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Performance days & times
13 February, every quarter hour from 2pm ‑ 9.45pm
14 February, every quarter hour from 11am ‑ 8.45pm
Author: Created by Sophia Hatfield and Jack McNamara
Director: Jack McNamara
Production: New Perspectives in association with Stute Theatre