You’d be off your trolley to miss play at Oxford arts centre

From left, Archie Rush, Emma Dennis-Edwards and Fumilayo Brown-Olateju				         Picture: OX69446 Marc West

From left, Archie Rush, Emma Dennis-Edwards and Fumilayo Brown-Olateju Picture: OX69446 Marc West Buy this photo

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MONEY is the focus of a new play at the North Wall Arts Centre next month.

Fast Track, by Oxford writer Catriona Kerridge, follows six young people and their relationship with money.

One of the actors, Fumilayo Brown-Olateju, said: “It’s about how those six characters interact with money, or try not to interact with it.

“I play a 15-year-old called Lucia who is spending her last summer with her best friend.

“It’s really important for them to make the most of their time together and they only have £10 to spend on the day. A lot happens in that day they were not expecting.”

The play will be at the North Wall, Summertown, from October 2 to October 4.

Tickets cost £12 from thenorthwall.com or on 01865 319 450.

 

 

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