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Image Credit: Richard Lakos
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This Beautiful Future

Following a sell-out and critically-acclaimed run earlier this year, this tender tale of love and hope returns for a limited time only.

2 November 2017 – 25 November 2017

Caught in the middle of a war, two teenagers take shelter from a world divided...

Elodie is 17. She’s a French school girl. Otto is 15. He’s a German soldier. Safe from the debris outside, for one night they talk, they tease, they touch. They fall in love and fall through time.

Written by Rita Kalnejais and directed by The Yard’s Artistic Director Jay Miller, This Beautiful Future seeks out tenderness in tragedy and hope in the hopeless.

Back for a limited time only, This Beautiful Future is at The Yard 2 - 25 November.

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