Birmingham Conservatoire presents
Blood Wedding (Bodas de sangre)
by Federico García Lorca, translation by Gwynne Edwards
Directed by Daniel Tyler
Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th June 2013 in the Studio at 7.30pm
Saturday Matinee: 2.30pm
Colourful Latin energy, music and dance combine in an exciting new production of this classic play.
The cycle of life, choice, deception, fate and nature collide in this tragedy of arranged marriage.
Drama not to be missed!
Tickets: £12, £9 Concessions (OAP, Disabled & Unemployed), £6 Students
Director Daniel Tyler is a long-time lover of Spain and the Spanish language and culture. He lived in Spain for 2.5 years and visits very regularly. His next production - www.tempestory.com - will premiere at Almagro Festival of Classical Theatre in Castilla-La Mancha and will the perform at Madrid Fringe Festival in July. This is the 4th Lorca play Daniel has directed having made Lorca the focus of his Masters in Directing thesis at the University of Birmingham.
Daniel would be very pleased to meet any group members who come to the play before or after the performances (excluding matinee as he is not present!).