Glengarry Glen Ross at Cambridge Arts Theatre March 11-16
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Glengarry Glen Ross, the play with so many expletives that the film cast called it “Death of a F**king Salesman” will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from March 11-16.
Starring Mark Benton from television’s Waterloo Road and Nigel Harman from EastEnders, Glengarry Glen Ross will be at Cambridge Arts Theatre from March 11-16.
The 1984 Pulitzer Prize winning drama by David Mamet shows two days in the lives of four estate agents and how they become desperate when their head office sends a management trainer to “motivate” them by announcing that in a week everyone except the top two salesmen will be fired.
The play is notorious for its use of profanity, leading the movie cast to refer to the film jokingly as “Death of a F**king Salesman.”
The title comes from the names of two of the estates being peddled by the salesmen, Glengarry Highlands and Glen Ross Farms.
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This production has gained four and five-star reviews from the Metro, Guardian, Times, Daily Mail and Daily Express.
Shows 7.45pm, Thursday and Saturday matinees 2.30pm. Tickets, 01223 503333 or www.artstheatre.co.uk.
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