'Inside The Walls' Play reading by Alexandru Georgescu

28th June 2005

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Tuesday 28 June 2005 18.00, The Romanian Cultural Centre, 8th Floor, 54-62 Regent Street, London W1B 5RE Alexandru Georgescu is a student of LISPA (London International School of Performing Arts). His play, ’Inside the Walls’, presents two characters: Nina, 50 years of age a piano teacher and Robert, her son, aged 25. The play is centred on a disturbing revelation of the young man: he decided to leave in search of a new life. Find out whether it will all end in tragedy or the generations’ conflict will be solved by a compromise. If interested, book at mail@romanianculturalcentre.org.uk . Limited number of seats! 'Inside the Walls' is the first in a series of occasional readings of plays by Romanian authors, or plays related to Romanian subjects. The readings will be followed by discussions with an invited audience. The RCC welcomes suggestions for future play readings. Write at mail@romanianculturalcentre.org.uk. Organised by The Romanian Cultural Centre in London