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Locke - The World Theatrical Premiere

L O C K E by STEVEN KNIGHT

PRESS RELEASE OCTOBER 9 2017 – For Immediate Use

"The difference between never and once is the whole world. The difference between never and once is the difference between good and bad"

Mirrored Faces Productions presents the World Theatrical Premiere of the 2014 film, Locke .

Originally starring Tom Hardy, written and directed by Steven Knight. ( Taboo , Peaky Blinders ).

Mirrored Faces Productions is a Wellington based theatre, film, makeup/ special effects and fight choreography company founded in 2013. With the belief that through strong collaboration and co-operation it can build a network of like minded people, Mirrored Faces aims at creating an original visual experience for all audiences to enjoy, while providing a professional environment for all creatives and designers to be a part of.

Locke follows construction foreman Ivan Locke, who has worked diligently to craft the life he has envisioned, dedicated himself to the job he loves and the family he adores. On the eve of the biggest challenge of his career, Ivan receives a phone call that sets in motion a series of events that will unravel his family, job and soul. All cast from a single choice to either turn right and go home to the life he has built, or turn left into the unknown and face the consequences of a mistake made 7 months ago. Asking the question; If given the same choice, What would you do? Turn right and go home, or turn left. But potentially lose everything you have built in the process.

LOCKE opens at BATS Theatre on Thursday 26 October at 8pm. Tickets can be booked online at
bats.co.nz.

LOCKE
by Steven Knight.

Directed by Jett Ranchhod
26 October - 4 November
BATS Theatre, 1 Kent Terrace.

TICKETS: $20/$15
Book online at bats.co.nz or call (04) 802 4175


L O C K E by STEVEN KNIGHT - CAST AND CREW

CAST
Grant Beban as IVAN LOCKE

RECORDING CAST
KATRINA LOCKE - Alida Steemson
BETHAN MAGUIRE - Charlie Potter
DONAL - Hugo Randall
GARETH - James Bayliss
EDDIE LOCKE - Jett Ranchhod
SEAN LOCKE - Jonathan Beresford
CASSIDY - Tom Kereama
SISTER MARGARET - Lilia Askew
DR. HALIL GULLU - Devon Nuku
P.C. DAVIDS - Lyndon Hood
GARETH’s WIFE - Susannah Donovan

CREW
DIRECTED by Jett Ranchhod
LIGHTING Designer/ Operator - Devon Nuku
SOUND Designer/ Composer/ Operator - Phil Brownlee
POSTER/ SET DESIGN - Jett Ranchhod

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