The Benefit of Time by Terri-Ann Brumby at New Wimbledon Studio

Organised Chaos Productions presents ‘The Benefit of Time’, written by Terri-Ann Brumby, directed by Chloe Lang and starring Suzanne Roche and Hamish Sturgeon. This laugh out loud drama explores the potential of regression therapy on a mundane patient in the hands of a celebrity seeking hypnotherapist.

The show will next be seen at the New Wimbledon Studio, London (part of the Ambassador Theatre Group) where it has been selected to be performed on October 21st, 22nd, and 23rd at 7:45pm.

Debbie Green is dull. Donald, her hypnotist, is desperate for celebrity. Can Debbie’s colourful ‘previous life’ reshape her mundane existence? A triumph over adversity story, with past life regression, royalty, personnel procedure, cunning, crime, birth, death and filth!

‘You are a very old soul that has had many traumatic or extraordinary existences. That’s why you’re boring.’
Terri-Ann has received acclaim for a number of her works, having plays broadcast by the BBC and being short-listed for several awards including the Westminster Theatre Prize at Soho Theatre.

The previous production at Taurus Bar sold out before the first performance and received fantastic reviews which audience members described as  “a fabulous play – surprising, entertaining and intelligent. Great to see such good writing in such a modest setting  5/5”

Joan Davies at Manchester Confidential also described the play as “Entertaining, unpredictable and funny it is immediately engaging thanks to the sure yet quirky writing, the originality of the piece and two skilled actors”
The play then went on to the Buxton and Preston Fringe Festivals with audience comments such as “Better than the west end” “Richly written, well acted, brilliantly staged, excellent direction” and “Excellent script and performances.”
Mike Monaghan at the Buxton Fringe Festival also commented “… well you really should go and see the play to find out.”

Organised Chaos Productions aims to find and nurture undiscovered and emerging talent in the North West, and provide platforms for this creativity by successfully taking care of all the production technicalities. Headed by Gayle Hare, Kirsty Fox and Mark Creamer, have extensive experience in Production, with credits in both film and theatre. Between them they have produced, managed, directed or performed at the Edinburgh and Buxton Festivals, the National Student Drama Festival, The Lowry, Studio Salford and the Manchester based 24/7 theatre festival.

For more information, please visit: www.organisedchaosproductions.co.uk