December 8 & 9
Doors open at 19h, shows begin at 20h
GEDS' charity performance this year is a raucous event of black comedy, exploring all things dark, cynical and awkward.
Listen to director Marc Checkley's interview with Katt Cullen on World Radio Switzerland.
From a horrifying (and bloody) moment in a bathroom, to an utterly desperate 'date' in a local pub and the last lingering thoughts from the grave, these five one-act plays and biting monologues, revel in those moments in life when you wish the Earth would just open up and swallow you whole.
The cast takes you on a visceral ride, performing the works of celebrated playwrights David Ives and Alan Ayckbourn along with three new original works.
Tickets are 20 CHF and are available at the door only - no prebooking possible.
All profits from both performances will go to the charity Serve The City Geneva.
Join us for a night of cutting comedy that is too close for comfort.
Too Close for Comfort, by Marc Checkley
The Philadelphia, by David Ives
The Mile High Club, by Kamil Haque
It's A Wonderful Lie, by Felix Cheong
Drinking Companion, by Alan Ayckbourn
Cast: Marc Checkley, Robert Bartram, Lianne Gonsalves, Viki Lazar, Daire O'Doherty, John Zimmer
Emmanuel Church Hall, 3 rue du Monthoux, Geneva.