New play by Paston Sixth Form College theatre being staged at Sheringham this weekend.
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A new one-hour play, The Boy Preference, is being staged by Paston Sixth Form College's Far East Theatre Company at the Sheringham Little Theatre this weekend.
It is a contemporary exploration of a near future world where the state has declared a 'boy preference' over the birth of girls.
One night, in a controlled and closely monitored affluent suburb, a group of young women appear at the bedroom window of a young boy and seem to possess strange qualities.
Enigmatic and dangerous, these 'missing women' serve as the catalyst for death and destruction in their plans for a new future.
The production, also in collaboration with Sheringham High school, is on Friday and Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets £5 students £3.50 via the office on 01263 822347
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