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A play by Edward Bond

CONTENT WARNING: Contains offensive language, scenes graphically depicting violence and cruelty to vulnerable individuals. 

South London, 1963.

Boy meets girl. Boy and girl fall in love. Girl has an unplanned pregnancy…

Set against a backdrop of poverty, hardness, and societal neglect, Edward Bond’s ground-breaking classic is a searing examination of what happens when those of us who have little or nothing to lose are pushed into corners. Initially banned in the UK upon its release, ‘Saved’ has since been recognized as a landmark of 20th Century British theatre and has gone on to influence a whole generation of playwrights and screenwriters.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to catch this darkly comic, challenging, and sometimes brutal play. 2 Acts, one interval, 10 actors.

Starring Simon Anderson, Miriam Noonan, Richard Huber, Clare Adams, and Daniel McClymont, with Thomas Downing, Conor Hill, Emanuel Nolden, Cullan Rolton, and Tabitha Littlejohn. 

Directed by Andrew McKenzie and produced by Jo Harford for Plan D Productions with THEA452 at Allen Hall Theatre, University of Otago.

Thank you to Lisa Wilkie and the Dunedin City Council Creative Communities Scheme for their support. 

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