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Tell Tale are back with Animal Farm

animal farmTell Tale Return…

Animal Farm
28 – 31 Oct 2014
Arts Club, Seel St.

The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.

Tell Tale Theatre’s latest production is a theatrical adaptation of George Orwell’s classic Animal Farm; an allegorical and dystopian novel, published in England in 1945. In an exciting new collaboration with award-winning writer Laurence Wilson Tell Tale Theatre offer up a dynamic theatrical interpretation of this world famous book. With live music, drama and film this production promises to be challenging, powerful and deeply relevant.

It would be hard to over-estimate the lasting impact of Orwell’s fantastic setting of a ‘proletarian revolution’ in an English farm where the animals – led by the pigs – organize their collective strength to overthrow the humans, but end up with another dictatorship.

Written at the end of a War against fascist Germany – fought in partnership with the socialist system of Stalin’s Soviet Union – the message in Orwell’s story carried heavy warnings.

Book your tickets online now or call 0844 847 2472

You can also buy tickets in person from the Arts Club box office, which is open daily from noon until 8pm and you’ll save on the booking fee.

Tell Tale Theatre – 1984


Tell Tale Theatre presents

A new, devised production of George Orwell’s


I interviewed these guys a few weeks ago.

Their first production is coming up 1st, 2nd and 3rd March at the Kazimier, Seel St. George Orwell’s 1984.

A good choice in our society today with media manipulation and double-think making a comeback (maybe Nick Clegg could drop in!).

Tickest are available at £7 inc booking fee
For tickets visit seetickets.com or call 0871 220 0260
Curtain is at 7-30pm.

See ya there!

 Watch out for the thought police!!!

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