308 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036
An astounding story of survival and endurance, and the tales of Hollywood, happiness and what happened next.
The ex-convict and reformed smuggler, Billy Hayes uncovers the truth behind Oliver Stone's film Riding the Midnight Express, which is based upon his life and experiences as a drug smuggler and prisoner in Turkey.
This limited-run production at St Lukes Theatre is a rare chance to hear a captivating story-teller's truly unforgettable and uplifting tale told live... and meet a man who has experienced much more than most ever will.
Opening night: 9 February 2014
Closing night: 22 March 2014
May not be suitable for younger audiences
70 minutes, with no intermission
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