A writer eking out a meagre existence in a totalitarian state makes ends meet by writing stories. When the gruesome content of his short anecdotes begin to be played out in a number of child murders, he finds himself and his mentally challenged brother in torturous interrogation. He finds that here there is no law, there is no clemency and no absolution; he must choose either to save himself or the one thing that is most precious to him: his stories.
Join us for night of horror as a group of Rendcomb College Upper School students present their self-styled, and independently produced adaptation of Martin McDonagh’s ‘The Pillowman’, generously supported by enrichment funding from the RCPA.
Friday, 16 March 2018. 7.30pm; Dulverton Hall
This production contains graphic content and is suitable for fifth form students and above.
All proceeds will be donated to the charity 'Freedom from torture'.
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