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Closed 8 Oct 2016
Image: 5pound5 Theatre
Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious may have been a junkie and an alcoholic (and, let’s be honest, not much of a musician), but he was PUNK.
More than anyone else at the birth of the punk movement, he kicked against the system and spat in the face of polite conformity.
For Craig, living in a world that just eats people up and spits them out as mindless zombies, a place where people leave him and are never seen again, this long-dead anti-hero is all he has to keep him on the straight and narrow, to keep him from joining all the other sheep.
And he’s not having a good day.
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Age suitability: Not available
Leon Fleming’s punk-rock one-man play about hero worship transfers into London’s West End after a UK tour, starring Dario Coates (Coronation Street, ITV; Another Country, Chichester Festival Theatre & Trafalgar Studios West End) and directed by Scott Le Crass (Cancel the Sunshine, The Hope Theatre).
This new 50 minute one-man play features a “mesmeric” performance (Theatre Wales) from Dario Coates as Craig, best know for playing Alex Neeson on long-running soap opera Coronation Street.
Sid is directed by one of the UKs most up-and-coming young directors, Scott Le Crass, who has been directing new work in London’s Off West End for over 8 years.
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London WC2H 7JB
Performance days & times
Tuesday ‑ 10‑00pm
Wednesday ‑ 10‑00pm
Thursday ‑ 10‑00pm
Friday ‑ 10‑00pm
Saturday ‑ 10‑00pm
Author: Leon Fleming
Director: Scott le Crass
Production: 5pound5 Theatre and LWL Entertainment Ltd