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» Last updated:19th August 2014
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» BLIND EYE by Susannah Finzi
Having been in development for over 6 years, Benet is finally to direct and co-produce the British premiere of a tremendous new play that takes place in the shadow of a war crimes trial in the 1980s.

Cast: Claire-Louise Amias, Anthony Green, Steve Mace, Robert Maskell, Gil Sutherland, Tony Wredden.

Designer: Mike Lees; Lighting Designer: Benet Catty; Sound Designer: Simon Perkin.

Tue-Sat 7.45pm / Sun 5pm to October 25th

Theatre 503, London
Tickets Available: 020 7978 7040 / the News

20/08/14 » BLIND EYE on sale
Tickets go on sale today via for Benet's long-planned production of Susannah Finzi's sensational play BLIND EYE which opens on September 30th at Theatre 503.

16/08/14 » TWELFTH NIGHT closes
Benet's production of TWELFTH NIGHT closed to an enthusiastic house tonight in Cambridge. With his DREAM that preceded it in the Shakespeare Festival, his two productions were seen by a total of 8,000 people over the last six weeks.

11/08/14 » Reviews are in
Following the critical and commercial success of DREAM, TWELFTH NIGHT is also receiving acclaim, with the Cambridge Evening News praising "Benet's Catty's delightful offering... an entertaining and amusing production". The production has now been seen by 2,000 people and closes this Saturday.

02/08/14 » Happy 500th
Tonight's performance of TWELFTH NIGHT will be the 500th performance of Ben's directing career.

30/07/14 » TWELFTH NIGHT has first nights
TWELFTH NIGHT has opened and is now running at St Johns College Gardens, Cambridge, until 16th August. So far it has been playing to large and enthusiastic audiences. Arrive early for best seating.

26/07/14 » DREAM closes to record audience
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM closed in Cambridge tonight to an audience of 691 people, the largest audience in Cambridge Shakespeare Festival's 27 year history. The production received two reviews, both raves, and played to around 5,000 people.

21/07/14 » DREAM big
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM had a bumper week las week, playing to around 2,000 people, pushing it's total audience towards 3,000. Clive James was seen in Friday's audience. The Cambridge Evening News called it a "saucily delightful production" in a glowing review. the Press

What's been said about our previous productions?

» Twelfth
» Dream
» Cosi
» R&J
» Silence
» Boom

» Previous Productions Review

» Dogfight—Aug 13, 2014
It's a regrettable axiom of the musical theatre that big hits spawn pale copies which imitate the style but miss the substance. Les Miserables inspired (if that is the word) Napoleon and La Cava. Mamma Mia inflicted Tonight's the Night on us. And now Spring Awakening, one of the musicals of the century, has... Read More Review

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