STAGE TUBE: Punchdrunk's Mr. Stanford Delivers a Final Farewell Message for THE DROWNED MAN
Mr Stanford, studio boss at Temple Studios, has delivered a final farewell message. This is the last chance to see Punchdrunk's The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable as the studios in Paddington must close on Sunday 6 July. To view Mr Stanford's message, click below!
Punchdrunk have transformed a vast building next door to Paddington Station into the forgotten world of Temple Studios, a legendary film powerhouse. Audiences are asked to step into the world of Temple Pictures where the Hollywood studio system meets a forgotten hinterland filled with dreamers who exist at the fringes of the movie industry.
The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable is inspired by Buchner's fractured masterpiece Woyzeck and set in a seedy Hollywood underworld. The show will have played to well over 200,000 people by the end of its run.
Punchdrunk and the National Theatre present The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable, directed by Felix Barrett & Maxine Doyle, and designed by Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughan & Beatrice Minns, with choreography by Maxine Doyle, lighting design by Mike Gunning, and sound design by Stephen Dobbie.
All performances play Temple Studios, 31 London Street, W2 1DJ. This is a promenade production. Comfortable footwear recommended. Suitable for ages 16+ The performance lasts up to three hours. There are six arrival times in 10 minute intervals. Prices: Tuesday 7pm £37.50; Wednesday 7pm £37.50; Thursday 7pm £37.50; Friday 5pm £35.00 and 9pm £47.50; Saturday 5pm £55.00 and 9pm £55.00; and Sunday 5pm £47.50. For more information, visit www.templestudioslondon.com or www.punchdrunk.com.