Safe House is a high tech, high energy thriller set in ‘Control’, a British government agency, tasked with stopping an imminent terrorist attack. When two government agents are held hostage and one is executed live on television, the team must race against time to prevent the death of their other colleague and stop the terrorist attack which threatens the security of the country. With heavy on stage video interaction, the show promises to be visually unique and absolutely gripping.
Broken Pipe Theatre, an offshoot of Broken Pipe Films (set up in 2001) was created in 2008 by James Hamer-Morton and Emma Kendrick to branch out into live media creation and performance. Our brand new show Safe House is going to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe from 23-28 August 2010. As a Northampton based company we are giving you the chance to see the show first and at half the price! Tickets only £4 here
For more information please go to www.safehouseplay.com
The performance will start at 7:45pm with a pre-show at 7:35 and is 1 hour long with no interval.
There will also be a tombola – 5 tickets for £1.
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