PRIVATE RESISTANCE

 

By Ivan Cutting

Directed by Naomi Jones

Set and Costume design by Fabrice Serafino

Lighting design by Steve Cooney

Sound design by Chris Warner


Eastern Angles, UK tour 2012


Eastern Angles present Private Resistance, the ultimate ‘what-if' scenario. How would the British have coped with a German invasion? Set in 1940 it's a thrilling tale of the so-called Auxiliary Units, Churchill's secret guerrilla army primed to go underground to fight behind the lines - a story of the bonds created and destroyed by wartime.

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

photo © Mike Kwasniak

Jones makes great use of Fabrice Serafino's impressive set, effectively revealing hidden secrets throughout.’ PublicReviews.com

‘Fabrice Serafino's set is a clever one with an underground bunker lowering the more domestic foreground.‘ Whatsonstage.com

‘Credit too, to set designer Fabrice Serafino for coming up with a typically evocative less-is-more Eastern Angles creation.’ The Stage

‘But there were two other slogans, also printed against the possibility of invasion, of which "Freedom Is In Peril, Defend It With All Your Might" is used in Fabrice Serafino's ingenious set design.’ Michael Gray’s Arts Blog

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

photo © Mike Kwasniak

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

photo © Mike Kwasniak

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

photo © Mike Kwasniak

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

photo © Mike Kwasniak

“Private Resistance”

Eastern Angles 2012

photo © Mike Kwasniak