REAL-LIFE stories of courage and conscience are the subject of Chris Goode’s new production which is
REAL-LIFE stories of courage and conscience are the subject of Chris Goode’s new production which is coming to several nearby venues this month.
Performed verbatim by six actors, Stand relays the tales of people who acted for their cause, whether it be fighting for a better, more sustainable future, living more equitably alongside each other, or how we keep moving forward in the face of greed, corruption and our own doubts and fears.
Stand premiered at West Oxford Community Centre in 2014 to critical acclaim and sell-out performances and returns to the city to the Old Fire Station on Friday and Saturday next week.
It then heads to the Corn Exchange in Newbury on April 14, South Street Arts Centre in Reading on April 15 and The Mill in Banbury on April 16.