Ticking, Trafalgar Studios

L-R Niamh Cusack (Sylvia), Tom Hughes (Simon) and Anthony Head (Edward) - Ticking - Trafalgar Studios 2 - Photo By Bronwen SharpThere’s nothing like a death to bring a family together. In Simon’s case, that death is his own – impending execution by firing squad in an unnamed Asian country, unless he can win a reprieve from the Prime Minister, President or Pope, “one of the Ps”. Confined space, buried secrets, and a race against the clock: on his stage debut, filmmaker Paul Andrew Williams is determined to make his audience sweat.

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