Norvik Press is pleased to invite you to the launch of the podcast

thecontractkiller

‘The Contract Killer’ by Benny Andersen, Translated by Paul Garrett Russell (Norvik Press, 2013).

Benny Andersen’s Play “The Contract Killer”

Translated by Paul Russell Garrett
Performed and Produced by [Foreign Affairs]

12/03/2015

6.30 – 8.00 pm
doors open at 6:15 pm

The launch includes a panel discussion with Translator Paul Russell Garrett and [Foreign Affairs] Director Camila França

[Foreign Affairs] will perform a short excerpt from the play

Wilkins Garden Room
Bernard Katz Building
UCL
London WC1E 6DE
Enter via Gower Street main entrance

Refreshments will be served

This event is free but places are limited
Please RSVP by 10/03/15
to  norvikevents@gmail.com

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Paul Russell Garrett

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Camila Franca

 

About ‘The Contract Killer’ by Benny Andersen:
Karlsen is a down-on-his-luck private investigator looking for work. When the only job on offer is a contract killing, Karlsen agrees despite his lack of experience. Things don’t go to plan and it seems the contract is open to negotiation. The play follows the twists and turns of an inexperienced contract killer with a weakness for turquoise dresses and wide-eyed women. This absurdist comedy by one of Denmark’s best-loved writers sees the fates of the eponymous contract killer, his target, the employer and his wife, twist, turn and hang in the balance. What is a life worth? Who will survive? And will the hair dye ever make it to Pakistan?

Available at all good bookstores and online >

About [Foreign Affairs]:
[Foreign Affairs] is an international theatre company based in London, UK. Formed in 2010 by Camila França and Trine Garrett,both professional actresses themselves, now adding director and producer to their well-established resumes. As their motto states; “[Foreign Affairs] was conceived with a simple idea: to cultivate a creative environment in which artists from all walks of life can come together to explore, work with and develop new, interesting and unusual ideas to showcase to the world”.​

More about [Foreign Affairs] at www.foreignaffairs.org.uk >

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