photograph Margaret Wilkinson’s new play 'Blue Boy'

Blue Boy opens at the Northern Stage on October 24th

“I’m not here to spook you, mister - honest. All I wanted was a place to sleep where it’s warm and safe”.

In a social services office late at night, Reagan discovers that the past can indeed come back to haunt you, even if you’ve shredded the evidence. When an apparently lost and frightened boy arrives in the small hours, it’s not clear if his business is refuge or revenge.

Playwright Margaret Wilkinson returns to North East theatres with modern gothic thriller Blue Boy, directed by Tess Denman-Cleaver and produced by New Writing North in co-production with Northern Stage, Darlington Civic Theatre, Durham Book Festival and The Customs House, South Shields.

The show will be touring several venues this autumn. For tickets and more information please visit the venue websites below:

Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne: 24, 25, 26 & 27 October, 8pm. Post-show discussion with cast and director on 25 October.Tickets: £14.50/£12 (concs) from and 0191 230 5151 

Durham Town Hall as part of Durham Book Festival: 30 October, 2.30pm & 7.30pm. Tickets: £12/£10 (concs & Friends of the Festival), £8 for under 16s from and 0191 332 4041 

Darlington Civic Theatre at Central Hall, Dolphin Centre: 3 & 4 November, 7.30pm. Tickets: £11 (discounts available for concs) from and 01325 486 555 

Customs House, South Shields: 5 & 6 November, 8pm. Tickets: £12/£10 (concs) from and 0191 454 1234

published on: 5th October 2012

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