Tim Crouch and Andy Smith

what happens to the hope at the end of the evening

18th – 24th August 6.30pm.

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performed by Tim Crouch & Andy Smith directed by Karl James An Almeida Festival 2013 Commission supported by Live at LICA Your friend is late. The meal is spoiled. A shadow has fallen. The story of this evening, one evening and any evening. The story of a reunion, a reiteration and an act of betrayal. A journey into the space between opposing beliefs; between action and inaction; between forms; between friends. what happens to the hope at the end of the evening is a new work created by long-term collaborators Tim Crouch, Andy Smith (a smith) and Karl James. Together, the three have worked on Tim Crouch’s award–winning plays An Oak Tree, ENGLAND and The Author.

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