On Belhalf of Theatre503 and Primavera

by James Sheldon
directed by Tom Littler

1st-26th May 2012
Tues - Sat 19.45, Sun 17.00
"Before the first morning, in the time of the Shiverman, when the ground trembled and fire tumbled down the mountainside, the music began."

On a tiny Pacific island, Roy Turner is on the brink of announcing the discovery of a lifetime. But as American researchers and aid workers land on the island, Roy's football-mad assistant Tatalau'e faces a choice. Should he play by the ancient rules of his people or should he move with the times, and risk the wrath of the Shiverman?
"Human rights? Who are you to say what is right for humans?"

A magical and provocative new play.
"Littler's production grips ferociously, pulsing with ideas and excitement as the tension tightens like a torniquet" 
The Times

Fisayo Akinade
Benjamin Cawley
Lisa Kay
Paul Mooney
Eleanor Wyld 
Set Design: Nicky Bunch 
Lighting: Tim Mascall 
Sound: George Dennis 
Costume: Emily Stuart 
Music: David Allen