When Dreaming Becomes a Superpower

Let Loose Sid to be performed at the Barons Court Theatre

Louis Walwyn plays Sid. Picture: Instagram

May 13, 2024

Community theatre company Broken Gods Production is to stage Let Loose Sid at the Barons Court Theatre.

The play tells the story of Sid, who has experienced loneliness, grief, trauma and homelessness since their mother went into a coma and, more recently, the death of their father. After finally finding a somewhat stable footing in life, they find their mother's old dream journal. Sid discovers that lucid dreaming is much more than just a quirky anomaly of the night - it's a superpower. Battling with the dangers of this newfound talent, Sid learns to push the limits of their dreaming abilities and must ultimately make the
biggest decision of their life.

Sid is played by Louis Walwyn who was born and raised in west London and has been involved in theatre from the age of three, He studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, where upon graduating he was awarded the Charles Jehlinger award for distinction in acting. He has since worked across theatre and screen, with credits including Relative and Herons at the Lyric Hammersmith, as well as Signature Entertainment’s Hounded and The Bastard Son and The Devil Himself for Netflix

Broken Gods Productions aims to both entertain and support the community and donates a percentage of its profits to its selected production charity

Let Loose Sid runs Tuesday to Saturday from 28 May to 8 June with performances starting at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £15 with concessions at £10.

Buy tickets here.

Barons Court Theatre is offering free tickets to all Ukrainian passport holders for all of its productions. To take up this offer email info@barnoncourttheatre.com

The Barons Court Theatre is below the Curtain's Up Pub at 28a Comeragh Road, London W14 9HR.

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