Black Balloon Theatre Presents 'Skyline'
"SKYLINE": LET'S TALK ABOUT URBAN REGENERATION
"All we are doing is filling in the gaps. And if that means having to clean out the odd rotten
tooth in the process then, so be it."
London is changing. Fast.
Skyline is a new play in development which opens a window into the world of urban
Francesca, a prominent politician, and Jasper, a property developer, look out from the
thirtieth floor and discuss a new development project. Tanya and Rex worry about the real
possibility of being evicted from their home.
Lives unexpectedly collide in a city which is losing it's way.
Written by David Bottomley (Theatre 503, Camden People's Theatre, the San Diego
International Fringe Festival) and directed by Natalie Songer (Mercury Theatre, NT
Connections, Eastern Angles), Skyline is produced by Black Balloon Theatre.
Skyline will be presented as a rehearsed reading at Ugly Duck, with pre-show debates
from guest speakers from the Green Party and others TBC, and invited audience
"Think of it as the price to pay for living in the most desirable city in the world."
Ugly Duck (View)
49 Tanner St, London
Bermondsey SE1 3PL
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|