With Sam Ward

A chance to read and discuss Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman in the evocative surroundings of the Savage Chapel in St Michael’s church. No acting or public speaking skills are required; the play-reading is open to everyone who loves the stories that the best plays can tell, and this one packs a punch.

Manchester based actor and theatre maker, Sam Ward, facilitates this play reading session. A graduate of the MFA Theatre Directing at Birkbeck College, University of London, Sam is lead artist in YESYESNONO theatre company and has written and performed the award winning Five Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist and [insert slogan here], both of which toured nationally following success at Edinburgh Fringe. Sam spent a year as resident assistant director at HOME in Manchester, where he also facilitates a regular play-reading group.

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