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Dark Sublime by Michael Dennis at Trafalgar Studios
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Dark Sublime by Michael Dennis at Trafalgar Studios

Marina Sirtis plays Marianne, an actress best remembered for her star turn in the classic British sci-fi show Dark Sublime. (Imagine Blake's 7 produced by Thames Television with Sirtis in the Servalan role.)

The play explores her relationship with best friend Kate (Jacqueline King) and a young fan Oli (Kwaku Mills.)

There's a lot of humour mined from "flashbacks" to episodes of the show as well as a trip to a convention.

Marina Sirtis is obviously the star turn and will bring in a geek audience who will get a kick out of it. There are still a lot of very funny lines even if you aren't a sci-fi fan.

Kwaku Mills is particularly impressive bringing a lot of energy to his role.

The programme is particularly nice (and a snip at 2.50 !)
In the style of The Dark Sublime Annual 1982, with authentic period merchandise and programme notes from the BFI screening. Smile
Runs until early August and definitely worth catching.
 
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