By Peter Shaffer
Tuesday 5th - Saturday 9th November
£12 / £8 concession
When seventeen-year old Alan Strang savagely blinds six horses, a psychiatrist is forced to confront his own demons as the terrible motive behind the boy’s action is laid bare. Exploring themes of faith, sexuality and humanity, this stunningly theatrical, disturbing play asks questions that resonate powerfully with how we live today. Contains scenes of an adult nature.
Alan Strang: George Koupoupias
Martin Dysart: Michael Rossi
Jill Mason: Michelle Parfitt
Dora Strang: Clare Wall David
Frank Strang: Henry Finlay
Hesther Saloman: Michelle Frost
Psychiatric nurse: Carrie Cable
Harry Dalton: Harry Chambers
Horseman/Nugget: Rufus Cooper
Horses: Julie Aldred, Eduardo Mandu, Louisa Pead, Matt Vickery and Penny Weatherall
Putney Arts Theatre Terms & Conditions
Please note latecomers are not able to be admitted to all Studio productions. Latecomers may be admitted into Main House productions at the discretion of the Front of House team and during an appropriate point in the performance. Anyone using a mobile phone or attempting to take pictures during a performance may asked to leave.