New play: Wittgenstein (The Crooked Roads) (London, April 19-May 7)

Below is an announcement for a new play, Wittgenstein (The Crooked Roads) — written by William Lyons (Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin) — which will be staged at the Riverside Studios in London, running from April 19 – May 7. For more information about this play, please click here.

WITTGENSTEIN – THE CROOKED ROADS

by William Lyons

Difficult to know and impossible to forget, Wittgenstein is remembered as the greatest philosopher of the twentieth century. Marking sixty years since his death, we present the world premiere of an unusual and experimental production using live and filmed actors.

Fleet Productions – Supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum and the American Philosophical Association.

World Premiere directed by Nick Blackburn.

RIVERSIDE STUDIOS – Studio 3.

Crisp Road, Hammersmith, London W6.

19th April – 7th May 2011 (Previews 19, 20 April)

Tues – Sat.  7.30 p.m.

Prices £15 (£10 concs.) Previews £10. Book online or by telephone (020 8237 1111). Discount for block bookings.

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