24 hours count down

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - ARTS AND STAGE -

year’s stu­dent show Sleep­less in Seaton – he said: “It’s in­ter­est­ing for me, it’s all change. With the Stu­dent Show, it was quite in­tense re­hearsals in that they were four weeks – these are more in­tense as we only have a day. “The closer it get, the more I worry. Some­one once de­scribed it as the best and worst 24 hours of your life.” And he hopes the au­di­ence get even more out of it. He said: “The au­di­ence get to be part of some­thing spe­cial. Be­cause it’s a one-off per­for­mance, they’ll never see any­thing like it again. “You never know what’s go­ing to hap­pen – there have been some re­ally good ad-libs in the last cou­ple of years and the au­di­ence just go with it. You get away with mur­der!” And if that wasn’t rea­son enough to catch the show at the Arts Cen­tre on Satur­day, it will help ben­e­fit the char­ity Castle­gate Arts, which sup­ports ama­teur and pro­fes­sional per­form­ers. Ryan added: “If we break even, we’ll give money to char­ity. Any profit will go to them. It’s nice to know at the end of it, some­one’s also ben­e­fit­ting from the show.”

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