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Re-Visions - Camden People's Theatre


Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle

RE-VISIONS, a satirical, meta-theatrical play which investigates the power of role-playing and how one alters reality only by perceiving it differently, runs at Camden People’s Theatre from Thursday, January 17 to Saturday, January 19, 2019.

The Director has a vision. Good. So does everybody else. With a motley crew of young actors and ageing thespians, can he create meaningful theatre in a room bursting with egos, unrequited loves and raging jealousy?

Re-Visions, the auto-fantastical comedy, returns re-imagined, re-constructed, and re-born this January after a successful debut at the Landor Space in Clapham. Step inside the rehearsal room and witness the true magic of theatre – there is none.

Re-Visions is written by Gur Arie Piepskovitz and performed by Gur Arie Piepskovitz, Avihud Tidhar, Maya Goldstein, Bernard O’Sullivan and Dami Adeyeye. Dramaturgy is by Avihud Tidhar, original music by Maya Felixbrodt and costumes by Lara Buffard.

Image: by Orlando Myxx.

Tickets: £12, £10 concessions. To book, visit

Time: 9pm.

Running Time: 80 minutes.

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