23:00, Wed 11th – Sat 14th March 2009 at ADC Theatre
Lent Week 8
Cambridge Footlights present the winner of this year's Harry Porter Prize for a one-hour comic play.
The prize was set up in 2003 in honour of the late Dr Harry Porter, who served as the Footlights' Senior Archivist until his death, and was the longest standing member of the Footlights Committee. It is open to all students from both Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin Universities.
Over the last five years the entries have been judged by prestigious figures such as Stephen Fry, Bill Oddie, Michael Frayn and Declan Donnellan, and the 2007 winning play, Coat by Rory Mullarkey, went on to receive high acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Join us to herald the realisation of the latest Porter-winning playwright's comic vision, by watching a play written, chosen, cast, and then performed: all within a matter of whirlwind weeks.