THURROCK’S very own renaissance man has his latest play making its debut in London next week.
For such a young man, Luke Coldham has shown how adept he is in the world of the performing arts.
From school to college. With Thurrock Courts Players and a host of other repertory companies as well as a solo singer of some renown, Luke is a living embodiment of creative energy and imagination.
His latest play is described as follows:
“Come and Join Tom, Dick & Harry who have decided to chime their last crime at the Canal Cafe Theatre before their retirement. However, Tom, with bi-polar, Dick, with an imaginary friend, and Harry, with more personalities than a day time chat show, accidentially manage to lock themselves in the vault of a bank during what was to be their last heist. 3 old nutcases locked in a vault for an hour. If that’s not comedy, I don’t know what is.
“SAFE is a fast paced hard hitting farce with uncontrollable bad language, spontaneous combustion and hysterical moments. Thurrock Courts players are proud to preview this original one act comedy written by long running NewsRevue performer Luke Coldham.”
SAFE will then be performed in this years Edinburgh Drama Festival at THE SPACE venues ( from the 11th – 17th of August.
The cast includes three fresh-faced veterans on the Thurrock stage: Vic Grays, Martyn Williams and John Scowen
MONDAY 8TH 9:30 – 10:30
TEUSDAY 9TH 9:30 – 10:30
WEDNESDAY 10TH 9:30 – 10:30
The theatre is situated 3mins from Warwick Avenue station (Bakerloo), 5mins from Royal Oak (Hammersmith and City line) and 10mins from Paddington (District, City, Bakerloo and National Rail Services).
6, 46 and 187 buses all stop just outside Warwick Avenue tube station. The 18 bus also stops nearby.
By Car – Parking:
Most of the area is for residents only. There are pay and display spaces outside the pub which cost £1.20 per hour.
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