“Can you imagine?”

Photograph by Society of Dramatic Arts

Where do I even start? Okay, hi, I’m Annie and I am (among other things) part of the Society of Dramatic Arts here at Greenwich. After about 6 months of hard work, all-nighters and endless snacks, we were very proud to present our interpretation of the play “Very Still and Hard to See” by Steve Yockey about three weeks ago, on the 12th April.

Why am I writing about this now? Well, because every one of you who wasn’t there definitely missed something and we decided to give you the chance to see it again, even if it will only be on a screen. We had the whole thing filmed and edited by the talented Amber Vassallo and are doing an official screening on the 22nd May in Stockwell Street (exact location to be confirmed). It will also be free of charge, so keep an eye out on our Facebook and Instagram pages for more details.

Now, why should you come and see it? I might be a bit partial here, but I still have to say it: Because it’s pretty awesome! I don’t want to give away too much of the plot, nobody likes spoilers, but “Very Still and Hard to See” is a short play cycle that can be categorised in the mystery thriller department. It’s scary, funny, confusing, unreal and it will definitely keep you on your toes.

We as the society are very proud of the result because there was so much hard work, time and dedication put into the final product and it is something that is very close to our heart. So, if you want to support us (again, free of charge!) and also see an awesome play directed and produced by your fellow students, we would love to see you on the 22nd May!

By Anne Blombach

The Crow’s Nest is a Greenwich Students’ Union Student Media channel. The views expressed in this website do not necessarily reflect those of GSU, its trustees, employees, officers or the University of Greenwich.

Published by Anne Blombach

3rd Creative Writing student, President of the Feminism Society, STAART ambassador and avid dog lover. Born and raised in Germany, chose London as my home in 2016. When I grow up, I want to work in the publishing and journalism industry to provide information and raise awareness for mental illnesses and the rights of pretty much any living creature. My friends would describe me as a creative and extroverted person with great organisational skills and a passion for music and especially concerts.

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