A Beverley writer will see her work showcased as part of a double bill of plays which open in Hull this month.
One act plays, A Delicate Man, by Beverley writer Joanna Morris, and 7 Iron, by Hull-based Julian Woodford, premiere at the New Adelphi on May 15 for a limited run, along with new music by local songwriter Martin Clappison.
“A Delicate Man is about a brilliant, creative academic who ends up homeless and unable to live within the confines of a normal society,” said playwright Joanna Morris, who set up Dale Theatre Company last year to produce exciting, challenging and entertaining work.
“Theatre is a parachute that drops you into the most unlikely of places, and I think with both shows we have been able to do just that.
“Plus, with two plays and live music for the same price of a cinema ticket, this offers good value for money; and in the Adelphi we have a unique venue that suits both.”
Tickets £7 (£5 concessions) at the Adelphi or in advance from Reception, Hull School of Art and Design, Park Street, Hull, or from Dale Theatre Company 07815 045189, email firstname.lastname@example.org