Heretic Voices Extends at The Arcola Theatre

Winners of Inaugural Heretic Voices Monologue Competition Announced
Winners of Inaugural Heretic Voices Monologue Competition Announced

Heretic Productions today announces an extension of the inaugural Heretic Voices – a new competition which aims to find the best new writing in monologue form, at the Arcola Theatre now running from Tuesday 9 January until Saturday 20 January. The recently announced winners, chosen by Michael Billington, Lolita Chakrabarti, Monica Dolan and Mel Kenyon, will have their monologues produced by acclaimed directors and actors at the Arcola Theatre.

Award-winning director Roy Alexander Weise directs Ted Reilly in Sonya Hale’s Dean McBride; Max Gill directs Lauren Samuels in A Hundred Words for Snow by Tatty Hennessy; and Amanda Boxer performs Woman Caught Unaware by Annie Fox, directed by Jessica Edwards. The three monologues will be performed each evening from 9 January until 20 January and they will also be published as a collection ‘Heretic Voices’ by Nick Hern Books.

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