San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Frantic Assembly and Drum Theatre Plymouth in association with Chichester Festival Theatre.
"That is the story of our beginning. And this is the story of…the end"
This is a rare opportunity to see LOVESONG on the big screen following its critically acclaimed run in the UK. Written by The Iron Lady and Shame author Abi Morgan, whose hit TV series The Hour has just returned to BBC Two, it's a visual and emotional feast following a couple at the beginning and the end of their lives together.
There are currently NO OTHER screenings booked in Australia of Lovesong. Our only screening in the UK at the Cheltenham Literature Festival in October, has already sold out. With Abi's writing, Frantic Assembly's beautiful direction, and Digital Theatre's filming, this promises to be a special experience.
The screening is followed by a Skype Q&A with Digital Theatre co-founders Executive Producer Tom Shaw, and CEO and Director Robert Delamere.
Praise for Lovesong:
Scott Graham and Steven Hoggett's production is often deeply moving... Superbly eloquent choreograhpy.
Lovesong is compelling, understated perfection
...only the hard of heart will remain completely unmoved
Like love itself, Lovesong can take your breath away
For trailer and more information: http://bit.ly/DigialTheatreLovesong
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