Damien Molony to set ‘Hearts Aflame’ with WordTheatre – Booking Now!
Damien will once again be ‘giving voice to great writing’ in upcoming WordTheatre event ‘Hearts Aflame: An Evening of Love and Hate Letters from 12th Century Missives to 21st Century Emails.’
Our fave actor joins a select cast for one night only, in a performance as part of Live At Zédel at The Crazy Coqs – Brasserie Zédel in London, 25 October.
The Live At Zédel share more info on their website.
A remarkable cast, featuring Bellamy Young (Scandal, A Wrinkle in Time), Damien Molony (Being Human, Ripper Street), Jing Lusi (Crazy Rich Asians, Holby City), Joseph Marcell (Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Cry Freedom) and Rhashan Stone (Carters Get Rich, Strike Back), bring to life passionate, sweet, uproarious, scathing and devastating communiques that will leave you weeping with laughter and despair at the follies of the human heart.
Damien has taken to the stage in WordTheatre events several times before, including at the Forward prizes For Poetry and The EFG Short Story Awards, reading a wide range of literary works, short stories and poems.
Damien reading at the EFG Short Story Awards, 2014. © WordTheatre
Booking for ‘Hearts Aflame: An Evening of Love and Hate Letters from 12th Century Missives to 21st Century Emails’ is now open. There is only one performance and it may well sell out quickly – don’t miss out!
Tickets are £25 plus £2 booking fee, to buy yours visit the Live At Zédel website
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