Lord of the Flies crashes into the Cambridge Corn Exchange next month
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Lord of the Flies arrives at the Cambridge Corn Exchange for an eight-night run next month.
Nigel Williams’ stage adaption of William Golding’s much loved story comes from London’s award-winning Regent’s Park Theatre, who received recent acclaim in Cambridge with their production of To Kill a Mockingbird.
The story follows ‘a group of schoolboys who survive a catastrophic plane crash, before what starts as a desert island adventure quickly descends into a struggle for survival in a darkly sinister world of superstition and immorality’.
Among the cast is young local actor Luke Ward-Wilkinson, who grew up in Cambridge.
The production runs from Tuesday 6 to Saturday 10 October offering a range of 2.30pm and 7.30pm performances.
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Tickets, which range from £22.50 - £32.50 are available from www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk
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