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Theatre503 announces spring 2014 season

Exciting line-up of new plays and revivals at top fringe venue.

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Battersea’s new writing powerhouse – Theatre503 – announces a season of groundbreaking plays for spring 2014. Kicking off from the 14th-18th January is an adaptation of Abe Kobo’s 1962 Japanese novel Woman in the Dunes directed by Misha Colombo, followed by the previously announced world premiere of A World Elsewhere (22nd January – 15th February) by Times journalist Alan Franks – a thrilling play where Oxford University, Richard Nixon and the Vietnam War all collide. Alan Franks’ latest novel, The Notes of Dr. Newgate, was a Guardian Book of the Week in November 2013. It will be directed by Sally Knyvette.

Other highlights include: Dog Days (25th February – 22nd March), a dark comedy about love, loss and real estate by actress Annie Hulley, directed by Theatre503 Associate Artistic Director Lisa Cagnacci; The Labfest 2012 hit Occupied (1st – 26th April) by award-winning writer Carla Grauls, where two Romanian immigrants kidnap an Englishman to learn how to be English; and finally Artistic Director Paul Robinson directs 2014’s Second Look production – a revisit of Billy Roche’s 1988 play A Handful of Stars from 30th April to 24th May (Forming part of the Wexford Trilogy after its original premiere).

Check out the Theatre503 website for more details, and follow on Twitter @Theatre503.

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