ONE SEPTEMBER’S NIGHT by Beverly Andrews


Set on the evening of September 11th, a young couple take a tube journey which changes their lives forever.



Amir:              English from Indian origins, Moslem, early thirties, graphic designer

Star:                Amir’s wife, English, white, bohemian woman in her early thirties

Busker:            Young, female, homeless New Zealander

Margrette:       French film student mid – twenties

Deborah:         Afro-American woman in her mid-thirties

Shaz:               A young Iraqi mother

Damon:           Irishman in his late twenties

Fireman 1        American (voice-over)

Fireman 2        American (voice-over)

Tube Train Announcer:  English (voice-over)



One September’s Night was produced with the assistance of a Grant for the Arts from Arts Council England.  The play was first staged as a rehearsed reading in 2004 at the Arcola Theatre, the play was then produced as part of LIFT (London’s International Festival of Theatre). The piece, was filmed and appeared in the documentary “Did I Tell You What Happened”.  One September’s Night, was subsequently selected by the Women’s Playwright International for a showcase in Jakarta for their 2006 conference.  In 2010 One’s September’s Night was selected for Lost’s Theatre’s Festival of One Act Plays.


Approx 45 – 60 mins



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