The world premiere of Code Of Conduct, by John Berry, will held be at Printers Playhouse, Station Street, on Friday November 6.
This 90 minute play follows Adam, and his journey of self-exploration and soul searching. Adam is a CID detective who struggles to be heard. Although he finds life is at times unbearable, he is convinced he is doing the right thing.
John Berry is a writer and actor who recently opened Printers Playhouse to glowing praise and 5-star reviews while director Sean Mclevy has been a professional actor and director since graduating from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 1989.
Acting in it will be Colin Searle who has worked in many different aspects of the profession, notably a seven-month run at the Haymarket Theatre in Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth, Donavan Imber who has been involved in a large number of projects ranging from TV, theatre, film and stand up comedy, Tom Page formerly of Eastbourne College who has already appeared in numerous commercials as well as BBC One’s new Crime Drama Cuffs, and Alison Swann who has worked in Coronation Street, Doctors, Emmerdale amongst others.
It will be shown on Fri 6th, Sat 7th, Fri 13th, and Sat 14th November at 7.15pm, and on Sun 8th and Sun 15th November at 3pm
Advance tickets only £6.50 from the theatre or at www.printersplayhouse.co.uk.