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Preston Tringe festival opening with one act play ‘The Gambit’

Posted on - 1st July, 2015 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, City Centre, Events, Preston City Centre, Tringe

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‘The Gambit’ by Mark Reid is an award winning one act play (Best New Writing, Buxton Fringe Festival 2013) which is being revived for a small scale Northern Tour ahead of it’s 3 week run as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  ‘The Gambit’ will be opening the Preston Tringe festival on  Tuesday 28 July at 7.30pm at Korova Arts Cafe, Charnley Street, Preston.

Scene from the one act play, 'The Gambit'

Scene from the one act play, ‘The Gambit’

Synopsis – ‘The Gambit’ by Mark Reid

“Some things are not a game. Some things really hurt.”

Twenty-five years of betrayal played out on a chessboard. The lies, deceit and anger erupting in an epic clash between the defining Grandmasters of the 20th century.

Award-winning new writing in the tradition of plays such as Frost/Nixon and Copenhagen, The Gambit features a thrilling battle of wits between two titans of Chess with opposing outlooks on life, each other and the game itself.

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