Swan Youth Theatre

'45 Minutes'

By Anya Reiss

26th - 29th March at 7:45 pm

This play is about a group of teenagers in a frantic rush to complete their university applications. 

'45 Minutes' was written by  Anya Reiss, for young people to perform as part of National Theatre Connections in 2013. She was 22 years old at the time.

The play details the moment a group of students find out the Ucas deadline is wrong and realise they have only 45 minutes to submit their applications. 

This will resonate with teenagers, and anyone else, who has been involved in applying for university or indeed anyone who ever went to school. 

The play contains strong language.

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