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This heart-melting theatrical production is brought to spectacular life in an intimate theatre at the Union.

Theo and Alba are very different people. Or maybe not so different.

They meet at a Summer Solstice festival in the year 2000, and immediately hit it off.

Despite being betrothed or married to another already, Theo and Alba make a pact.

Mel Masry, Writer/Producer

A pact that will see them through nearly two decades of their lives.

Every June they meet at the place where they first met, here they share their deepest feelings, help solve each other’s problems and ultimately fall deeper in love.

The cast features Mel Masry as Theo from a background of Film & Commercials, Tim Dankert as Leon / Narrator, and Anya Fedorova as Alba.

It is produced by Telling Pictures Ltd.

Summer Solstice – Union Theatre, 20th – June 25th, 2022

 


Mel Masry is a British Born Actor/Model, a West Londoner of Egyptian heritage. 

After publishing his book ‘A letter on Love’, which had been receiving high praise, he decided to combine his acting skills and writing to produce his first play.

He will also be one of the performers. His love for romance and comedy has always been a genre to live and breathe for.

But this time, this plot comes with a twist, and it’s not to miss.

 

For further press information, images, interviews and tickets
please contact Mel Masry at [email protected]
07908 080 867 / 07881 420 773

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