Eight Hundred Dollar Value

Theatre (drama)

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  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies are not allowed in the venue
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years

Description

That's what a trigger pull is worth. Murder is just business. Not all witnesses need protection. An identity crisis on the fringe of the American mafia, Michael Trudon's idyllic boyhood is compromised by attendance at his estranged grandmother's funeral. Recognised by everyone, Michael aka Donnie DiMaggio Junior has no idea he just announced his presence to former rival families. This show is the sequel to Al Carretta's 'impressive performance' (ThreeWeeks) in his 2009 Edinburgh Fringe stage play The Tears Of A Clown, produced as the 2012 indie feature film The Devil Made Me Do It.

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General venue access

  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: If not taking the lift there is a full flight of stairs into the space.
  • Wheelchair access type: Platform Lift

  • Stairs: 11- 20
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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Madeline Reid 30 days ago

This was a solo show which isn't clear from the synopsis. The actor clearly is talented but as mentioned on the previous review he was clearly turning pages periodically on what appeared to be a script which was distracting. It clearly is a comfort blanket. Ditch the music stand and go it alone, you knew the lines the performance would be so much the richer for it. It would allow the actor to be freer to move and tell us his story.

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