Hot on the heels of their successful national tour of Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, Black Coffee Theatre presents Found – a new production that examines how we involve ourselves in the lives of other people and asks the question ‘what happens when you listen?’
It tells the tale of a man who finds someone unconscious on the beach and helps, only for it to seemingly ruin his life.
In January this year, young company Black Coffee Theatre was awarded the Bridging The Gap scheme in association with Alnwick Playhouse, Arc Stockton and Northern Stage.
The scheme was created in order to contribute towards the creation of new theatre work within the North East, offering a joint package of in-kind support to enable a North East-based theatre company to develop and present a new piece of work as well as develop their producing and management skills.
Found is written by Luke Adamson and directed by Luke Adamson and Maria Crocker and features a cast of exciting up-and-coming actors from all over the UK.
Found will be perfomed at Alnwick Playhouse on Thursday, September 19 (7.30pm) and Friday, September 20 (2pm) and Gazette readers can get two for one on tickets by quoting cappuccino at the box office.