Carriage Works Theatre

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Skylight

Skylight

Mon 21 - Sun 27 Jun

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Livestream available 21-27 June Book
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A play by David Hare

The play is set  in 1995.

Kyra is a hardworking teacher at a rundown school in East Ham in London. She receives an unexpected visit from Edward, the 18 year old son of Tom, a successful restaurateur. Kyra had a relationship with Tom which ended three years ago when Tom’s wife discovered it.

Edward is looking for help for his father, who he believes is not coping very well with life since his wife died a year ago.

After Edward leaves, Tom arrives, also unexpectedly and unconnected to Edward’s visit.

The play charts the efforts of these three characters to come to terms with where they are now in relation to each other.

As with all David Hare’s work, the characters are complex, their needs are far from simple and nothing in their lives is certain. The dialogue cracks along as Tom and Kyra try to fathom out whether or not they should start again, and as each tries to draw out the real motives behind their behaviour, past and present.

It is an intensely memorable, absorbing and interesting piece of drama.

Rehearsed entirely in lockdown and recorded live and COVID safe on the Carriageworks stage, this season has been created with the astonishing commitment, talent and drive of Leeds Community Arts Network, who are committed to keeping the arts alive for everyone.

Enjoy this Performance and the entire season safe and sound in the comfort of your own home. This is extraordinary theatre created by extraordinary people in extraordinary times.


As part of Theatre for a New World

Skylight forms part of Theatre for a New World, Leeds CAN’s new mini digital season which also includes Songs For a New World Stake-Out & The End and The Last Five Years.

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Booking Information

Links to the online event will be in your booking confirmation email and will also be in a pre-show email.

The live stream is available until 11.59pm on 27 June.

PRICES:

Stream pass £8.25
The live stream is available from 21 June until 11.59pm on 27 June.

Buy the Festival pass for £27.40 to watch all four performances of Theatre for a New Word (Songs for a New WorldStake-Out & The End and The Last Five YearsSkylight). Please note that you will need to be logged into your account for the discount to become visible.

(prices include booking fees)

Tickets & Times

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Livestream available 21-27 June Book

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