Jack Klaff - Face to Face Festival 2017

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Jack Klaff performs Under A Foreign Sky and directs Sian Webber in his own piece Martha Gellhorn: Troubles Seen


Jack Klaff has performed astonishing solo theatre at the Face to Face Festivals including the award winning plays - Newton; Out to Lunch and Nagging Doubt   ("I do not ever have the nagging doubt of thinking that I may perhaps be wrong")  his seminal piece about the Sharpeville massacre in South Africa in the sixties.

Jack Klaff's Under a Foreign Sky
An "achingly funny and deeply moving" tribute, telling the story of a life lived away from his South African homeland - a life lived in self-imposed exile.

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Martha Gellhorn Troubles Seen


Sian Webber
plays the greatest war
correspondent of the twentieth century
who also happened to be Hemmingway's
third wife ...
"provocative, glamorous, demanding,
impatient ... and funny"
written and directed by
Jack Klaff

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