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ORGANISED CHAOS BRINGS LIGHTSPEED TO THE LOWRY
 

Star date: 14th June 2015

LOVE IN REVERSE FOR SALFORD THEATRE COMPANY

Lightspeed
Organised Chaos Productions
Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th June 8pm
The Lowry Studio

A relationship that starts at the end and works towards its beginning is the subject for Lightspeed, a new play from Salford theatre company, Organised Chaos Productions that has its debut at The Lowry Studio this week.

The company has a string of awards to its name and this reverse love story is already causing impending excitement.

Full details here...


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Charlie (played by Taran Knight) and Emma (played by Francesca Heraghty-Smith) meet, fall in love, do stuff and then... And then this new play, Lightspeed, starts and goes into reverse romance gear, picking out the pieces of psyche along the way – as Charlie gets trapped in Emma's ideological fantasies and unrealistic realities.

It's a drama that maybe makes you think about relationships and John Lennon's wisdom that `Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans'...

"The show takes us back to the beginning when Charlie and Emma first meet, falling in love quicker than the skyline falls to dust and tumbling hopelessly into a cycle of thoughts that aren't said and actions without meaning" explains Executive Producer, Gayle Hare "It has been honed to the best it can be, with an early performance leading audience members to comments like `This fantastic play is just extraordinary' and `To start at the end and end at the beginning is just genius'"

Organised Chaos Productions, based in Eccles, isn't new to acclaim. Lightspeed will be its 14th production, and previous shows have won awards from the Buxton Fringe and Studio Salford.

"We were set-up in 2009 to support new and emerging talent across the North West, with each show bringing together a brand new team of emerging talent - writers, directors, actors, stage managers and designers" says Gayle "Each team has been sourced from open calls. They are all talent at the early stages of their careers, and have come from the thriving Greater Manchester theatre scene or direct from university and many other places besides. The team is supported by the producing team at Organised Chaos and many of the creative people they have worked with have gone on to work within the theatre industry."

The Lightspeed script has been selected as the best from loads submitted to the company and this resultant reverse love play shouldn't disappoint...

Lightspeed
Organised Chaos Productions
Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th June
The Lowry Studio 8pm £12

To book tickets click here

To see the Lightspeed trailer – click here

For more details of Organised Chaos, see the company's website – click here

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