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 Quiet Word


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Edge of the Unknown - A Balancing Act in Several Parts

Edge of the Unknown - A Balancing Act in Several Parts

When the doors have closed for the day, the evening brings visitors of a strange kind from all over the North East to the the Library of the Literary and Philosophical Society. They are searching for clues to unsolved mysteries, asking the impossible questions and attempting to make contact with those long gone away. Edge of the Unknown is the story of Rose, a young girl who has no idea how powerful she really is; of Houdini who never really managed to escape from himself, and of Conan Doyle who just wanted us to find The Answer. Over one night, magic makers of all kinds examine the evidence and try to agree on what it is really possible to know for certain.


1st Produced:
Newcastle's Lit and Phil (the Library of the Literary and Philosophical Society)    15 Mar 2011


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