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Sally Knyvette is Directing 'A World Elsewhere'

B7 Cast and CrewSally Knyvette is directing an exciting new play, A World Elsewhere by award-winning playwright Alan Franks.

A World Elsewhere is set in the timeless quads of Oxford University in the Autumn of 1968, as the previous yearís Summer of Love gives way to mass anti-Vietnam war protests.The play examines the institutional politics of one of Britainís oldest universities, in the lead up to the elections that will see Nixon installed in the White House. Itís a thrillingly intelligent drama of politics on all levels, from international statesmanship to dirty tricks of old rivals and the rule-free warfare of the bedroom. Alan Franks was himself a student at Oxford in 1968, and studied with Bill Clinton who was there on a Rhodes Scholarship. The play is infused throughout with music of the time by Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.

Sally has chosen a cast of young actors who have recently graduated from LAMDA and Guildhall drama schools, together with Crispian Cartwright, a barrister who featured in her production of Judgment at Nuremberg. Coincidentally, he too was a student at Oxford in 1968.

Alan Franks is an award-winning and prolific writer, poet and musician. He was feature writer for the Times, creating the column Alan Franksí Diary which was turned into a book and a radio series. His most recent novel, The Notes of Doctor Newgate was the Guardianís pick of the week at the beginning of November. He has also written three albums of songs. His previous plays include Mother Tongue which starred Prunella Scales, and Augusta, which was performed at the New End Theatre, Hampstead.

A World Elsewhere will have a four-week run at Theatre503 at The Latchmere, 503 Battersea Park Road, London SW11 3BW. The first preview is on Wednesday 22nd January, and Press Night is on Friday 24th January.There are also hopes for additional performances in Oxford.

Book online here: Theatre503 or call the Box Office on 020 7978 7040
Special Earlybird Offer: Book before 25th January, quoting the promo code ELSEWHERE and get 2 tickets for £25.

Horizon is planning a group outing to see the play on Saturday 25th January. There will be a Q&A after the performance and Sally will meet us in the bar afterwards for a chat. If you would like to join us, please PM the Supreme Commander or Travisina as soon as possible, because tickets are selling fast.


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