Be Silent Or Be Killed

Sunday 19th May 2013

Scottish businessman Roger Hunt was sent to India in November 2008 to set up a new work project. Shortly after his arrival, he was caught up in a bloody terrorist attack that claimed the lives of many innocent people who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Be Silent or Be Killed is about choice, coincidence, consequence. It's theatre about decision-making and intuition, hope and determination. It's about holding true to the maxim: never give up — never say die. For 40 hours, Roger concealed himself in his Mumbai hotel room, fighting for his life. He survived, just. This is his dramatised story presented by Right Lines Theatre Company (Who Bares Wins, Whisky Kisses)

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We’ve just heard that Roger Hunt, around whom the play is based, will be here at the Universal Hall to talk and answer questions after the show.

Price: £10 / £8 concs/£6 U16s (concessions)