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Theatre for a Fiver: the Royal Exchange

In an exclusive offer, Manchester Confidential are offering tickets for Pretend you have Big Buildings for just £5

Published on July 19th 2007.


Theatre for a Fiver: the Royal Exchange

Two boys from two very different countries. Neither of them fit in. Set in the shadow of Canary Wharf, this play chronicles the unlikely friendship of two very different teenagers - Danny from India, Leon from Romford.

Tender, funny, poetic and passionate, Pretend You have Big Buildings is the winner of the Bruntwood Playwriting Competition for the Royal Exchange and part of the Manchester International Festival. It is written by Ben Musgrave, the youngest writer ever to have a play staged at the Royal Exchange Theatre. The cast includes Shobna Gulati (Coronation Street and Dinnerladies) and Sacha Dhawan, who recently appeared in both the film and international tour of the award winning History Boys.

'Touching, Funny and immensely assured..directors Jo Combes and Sarah Frankcom turn a real find of a script into a top flight night' The Daily Telegraph

For more info visit our website at www.royalexchange.co.uk/royalexchange.co.uk

To take advantage of this amazing £5 a ticket offer click here and enter your details.

The tickets for the production are limited and are available for Monday 23 and Friday 27 July, 2007 only.

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