Diane’s Deli – A Tale from Paradise Heights

Diane’s Deli – A Tale from Paradise Heights

Sat 24 Aug - Mon 26 Aug
£17.50

*includes booking fees, excld. postage.

Recommended for ages 16+
Running time: To be confirmed

Overview

Today’s special…revenge… Diane’s Deli, from the award-winning writer/director of The Haunting of Blaine Manor, written & directed by Joe O’Byrne.

 

This show will be performed in thew Blackpool Grand Studio 

 

Sean Ginty is a café owner in Paradise Heights. A quiet and unassuming man who wears a watch that stopped over twenty five years ago. He’s a father figure to both his staff; literary student Jake, and Gabrielle, an artist and scarred survivor of a horrific fire that left her orphaned some years ago. It seems to be a quiet idyllic existence.  But who is the mysterious Angel of The Heights, and more disturbingly – is something haunting the café?

 

DS Mackey, from the local police, is a burnt out and bitter man with an eye for opportunity and the other eye on Sean; he is more than curious about his past.

 

When a woman turns up in the café late one night, a chain of events is set in motion that will have devastating effects on all their lives…

 

Joe O’Byrne is fast gathering a cult following for his quirky urban noir series of plays set in the fictional town of Paradise Heights.  Diane‘s Deli: A Tale from Paradise Heights played to a wildly enthusiastic audience…brilliant, gritty and edgy production. What a night of theatre!

-Rick Lane, Midlands Theatre Critic

 

Pre-Show Talk Thursday 4th April 6:15pm – 7:15pm – We are hosting a pre-show talk with the writer and director of Paradise Heights Joe O’Byrne. Places are LIMITED. To book your FREE place, book at checkout or please call our Box Office on 01253 290 190.

 

Why not come and see another instalment in the Tales from Paradise Heights series:

Rank

Strawberry Jack

I’m Frank Morgan – Rewired

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