I Love Peterborough to transfer to Soho Theatre
Date Posted: 30/08/12
The autumn season at Soho Theatre will see the Edinburgh production I Love Peterborough transferred from Pleasance, as well as a run of horror plays and productions related to the Arab Spring.
Book London theatre breaks between Tuesday, October 9th and Monday, October 20th to catch I Love Peterborough, which tells the story of what it is like to grow up gay in a regional town.
The play is written by Joel Horwood, who has worked on pantomimes such as Jack and the Beanstalk, Aladdin and Dick Whittington at the Soho, and co-directed with Ivan Cutting.
Coinciding with Halloween, the Soho Theatre will host a Terror season between Tuesday, October 16th and Saturday, November 3rd with plenty of spooky tales from the likes of Adam Meggido, Lisa McGee and Matt Peover.
Arab Nights, a season featuring short plays by writers from the Middle East that respond to the political uprisings in countries such as Egypt and Syria, will then take place from Wednesday, November 21st to Saturday, December 1st.
Posted by Louise Millard
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