CULRA by Robert Frew, 7.30, Monday 17 January - ON ZOOM
Mike, a glory-seeking English 'Munro Bagger,' is forced to shelter from an unrelenting snowstorm in an abandoned mountain bothy, which he finds occupied by Eleanor, a feisty, foul-mouthed Glaswegian former gentleman's club hostess who is fleeing a violent gangster boyfriend and who attempts to enlist a reluctant Mike as her protector. Their encounter is as stormy as the winter Highland weather that engulfs them, as the two struggle not only to come to terms with one another, but also to lay the ghosts of their troubled pasts. CULRA is a stage play for six actors, with an approximate running time of one hour.
Robert Frew is a trained actor and aspiring playwright who divides his time between East Sussex and Scotland. He has brought several plays to Player Playwrights including In a Time of Crisis, Batavian and The Palace Garden. During the lockdown Player Playwright went online. The online events proved a success and so for this coming season we plan to alternate between live events at our traditional home, Upstairs at the North London Tavern, and online via Zoom. This event will be on ZOOM