"Enter a Free Man" by Tom Stoppard (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Real Inspector Hound, Brazil, Shakespeare in Love, Parades End) Directed by Ruth Deller.
Wednesday 24th - Saturday 27th October 2012 at the University Drama Studio. Doors at 7pm, curtain up at 7:30pm.
Set in the not so swinging suburbs of a London estate, Enter a Free Man by Tom Stoppard is a classic 1960's comedy-drama which focuses on the lives of the Riley family. Father of the family, George, is a self proclaimed inventor, devoting his life to dreaming up all manner of unusual creations. Having failed to make any breakthroughs, however, George is forced to rely on financial help from his daughter, Linda, much to her chagrin. But life is about to change for both George and Linda. George’s latest invention, attracts the attention of a local wheeler-dealer. Linda, meanwhile, is sure she’s finally met “the one” after a string of relationship disasters. Now, at last, the father and daughter are set to escape the domestic life they loathe. Enter a Free Man is full of wickedly clever, witty and intelligent dialogue.