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-Cancelled- 07.07. Theater Fifty Fifty: Peter Searles – HEY GRINGO! Through Peru

Unfortunately the show “Hey Gringo! Through Peru” must be cancelled due to unforeseeable reasons.

We are sorry for the cancelation on short notice and appreciate your understanding.

 

Our Chair – in cooperation with the Chair of Romance Linguistics and Ceclam e.V. – kindly invites you to a unique theater experience:

Hey Gringo! Through Peru by Peter Searles

 

07. July 2017 at 5 p.m.

at the Theater Fifty-Fifty (Südliche Stadtmauerstraße 1, Erlangen)

Price (Show + Buffet) 5 €

Please register until 01. July via wiwi-ibsr-sekr@fau.de

About: Peter Searles

Peter has combined the roles of actor, writer, director, stand-up storyteller, teacher and corporate trainer.

Since training at LAMDA (1977-80) Peter has worked extensively as an actor in Theatre, Television and Radio. Described as “Part-actor, part-clown, part-raconteur…” he has toured all over the world  (USA, Bermuda, The Middle East, Far East, South Africa and all round Europe). Sell out shows in the UK include the Cottesloe – National Theatre, Soho Theatre, Royal Exchange Manchester and numerous prestigious literary, arts, comedy and drama festivals. His adaptation of the third show in his acclaimed Hey Gringo! Trilogy, A Chile Christmas was broadcast as the Afternoon Play on BBC Radio 4.

About: Hey Gringo! Through Peru

He bought a ticket, jumped on a plane and set off. No Rough Guide in the world could have prepared him for the consequences…

From the moment his plane lands in Caracas (without his luggage) we’re on a roller-coaster ride down unexplored tributaries of the Amazon, across the snow-capped peaks of the Andes and into the depths of one of the most brutal prisons in the world. A catalogue of close scrapes and surprise encounters – drug-smugglers, Dutch airline hostesses, Carmelite monks, Maoist guerrillas, Mancunian ornithologists, Amazonian Indians and a French Shaman – not to mention crocodiles, jaguars and giant shit-eating centipedes