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30 minute Star wars – A Quick Hope

30 minute Star wars – A Quick Hope

It’s no longer a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away; this May the Fourth, Star Wars explodes like a Death Star into the Understudy Bar.

From the team that brought you Summer Star Trek, Enterprise Entertainment brings you

30 Minute Star Wars: A Quick Hope.

A Quick Hope is a fast paced version of the first movie in George Lucas’ original iconic trilogy. Join Han, Luke, R2 and the team as they race from Tatooine to the Death Star.

Script writer Jonathan Ensor has masterfully plucked the iconic and important scenes from Episode IV - A New Hope, and put them together to create a hilarious, live action stage extravaganza of one of the greatest movies ever made.

We follow Luke, Han and Leia in their journey to the final, heart stopping trench run, meeting all the important characters, such as Obi-Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader and Tarkin, along the way. If you’ve ever pretended your broom handle is a light sabre - this is the show you’re looking for!

So come on all you Fangirls and Fanboys, get your geekdom on and come to see the spectacular, one-off performance of 30 Minute Star Wars: A Quick Hope.

When: May 4, 2014

Where: The Understudy Bar, Bats Theatre.

Time: 7:30pm

Cost: Koha

Also scheduled for the evening we have some

Random Acts of Fandom

A chance for the Enterprise Entertainment fan base to show their love for all things Sci-Fi with skits of their favourite moments.

And we will be finishing the night off with an amazing

Band – yet to be decided


ends

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