Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens' dark tale of crime and punishment, is
stunningly re-imagined in this critically acclaimed stage adaptation,
officially recognized by Her Majesty The Queen. Told from the point of view
of Fagin the Miser, one hour before his execution, this unique and powerful
one-man show offers a fresh insight into literature's most controversial
With a post-show discussion. Begins at 6pm. Recommended for ages 12 and up.
Running time: 60 minutes with no interval
The performance will take place in the Bowland Auditorium in the Berrick
Saul Building, University of York. The building is marked on Google maps
here: http://bit.ly/1zsS4fO. Due to the performance taking place in a
lecture theatre space, there is no reserved seating.
Purchase tickets here: http://store.york.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=1&deptid=134&catid=573&prodid=2605