GOING FOR GOLD BY ANDY MOSELEY

Brendan Connor has caught the Olympic bug. He’s seen the Olympians winning medals and fancies some glory for himself. But Brendan is an impatient man, he doesn’t want to wait as long, or train as hard, as they did.

 

Why should he in a world of instant success and gratification? That's why he's chosen the fast track to fame and is going for gold in the world's most competitive sport - Chilli Pepper eating. Join him as he launches his bid for sporting immortality. Performed by: NoLogoProductions

Going for Gold was first performed at Plays with Words at The Actors Centre in 2012. It was subsequently performed at the CornerHouse, Surbiton as part of their 2013 one-act festival in April and May. 

A new extended version of the play will be performed as part of Arts in the Park at Fairfield, Kingston on 30 August at 7.00pm and will also be performed as part of the 2014 Surbiton Festival on 22nd September at a time and venue to be confirmed.

'The writing is taut and to the point' 'A quirky play which hooks the audience thanks to a grim fascination about the outcome'

 

'topical and funny' 'A very amusing and imaginative storyline' -Feedback from Cornerhouse production. 

This information and more can be find at www.andymoseley.com

 

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