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Dialektikon at the Park Theatre

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Time 19:45
Date 06/12/18
Price £15

A deliciously dark ‘down-the-rabbit-hole’ tale, a play of ideas to add sparkle to your winter evenings.

Dates and Times: Thu 06 - Sat 29 Dec: 19:45, Thu & Sat matinees: 15:15.

The idol Moloch rules over heaps of treasure and weapons as great voices from the past cry out to Miranda to right the wrongs of an angry Earth. Led by Ayida Wedo, mysterious spirit guide, can she find her own wisdom and the courage to escape from this black mirror world of greed and war without falling for the wiles of the ominous Servant?

‘Metaphysical theatre… making it possible for the audience to believe’ - Nellie Tandoh

‘Jacky in her dark profound world seeks the light that brings the future to love and joy’ - Poet Bernard Kops

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COMPETITION: Win 1x pair of tickets to attend Dialektikon at the Park Theatre at 19:45 on Friday 07 December. To enter the competition, send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the ‘subject’ line. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: Dialektikon has been described as a 'deliciously dark down-the-rabbit-hole tale'. But you know what is also a 'down-the-rabbit-hole' tale? Alice in Wonderland, of course. That's right, today's question is about 'Through the Looking-Glass' and the March Hare. The question is... In 'Through the Looking-Glass, what is the name give to the March Hare?
A: .1) Haigha .2) Hatta .3) Tweedledee .4) Lily