The internet can be a dangerous thing.
That is one of the things audiences at today’s (Thursday May 23) performances of East Riding College’s performing arts students’ latest play, Seven Internet Sins.
Written by actor and playwright Riley Jones and London performer David Tute, who has previously delivered master classes with the students, involves high energy dance choreographed by tutor Leanne Hancock and emotional drama.
It is described as a roller coaster ride through the world wide web, including Facebook and organised crime. Staged at the Spotlight Theatre in West Street, Bridlington, with a matinee showing at 2.30pm and an evening performance at 7.30pm.
It is an advisory 14+ as it includes some adult content.
Tickets are free for students and £3 for non-students and available from the Bridlington campus reception in St Mary’s Walk and from and Bridlington Blinds and Curtains in South Cliff Road. Alternatively, call 0845 120 0037 and ask for Bridlington reception.