Playbites for Lunch

Playbites for Lunch

November 2017
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Retelling Tales Retelling Tales & Jack and the Beanstalk Retelling Tales & Jack and the Beanstalk & Plus1 more...
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Retelling Tales Retelling Tales & Jack and the Beanstalk Retelling Tales & Jack and the Beanstalk & Plus1 more...
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Jack and the Beanstalk Jack and the Beanstalk & All That Fall Jack and the Beanstalk & All That Fall & Plus1 more...
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Jack and the Beanstalk Jack and the Beanstalk & All That Fall Jack and the Beanstalk & All That Fall & Plus1 more...
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Duration: 1 hour 15mins

Book Tickets

Tickets £7 (include sandwich lunch)   

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  • Retelling Tales

    Fri 24 - Sat 25 Nov

    Retelling Tales tells a variety of true stories about human strength, suffering and hope. Each night there will be a performance of different monologues, all dealing with important questions of human existence, from facing death to fighting against oppressive political regimes. Retelling Tales uses a creative space to tell moving stories from real life which push boundaries, encourage d...

  • God of Carnage

    Fri 24 - Sat 25 Nov

    A huge hit on both sides of the Atlantic, Yasmina Reza’s Olivier and Tony award-winning play is brilliantly caustic and scorchingly entertaining. Two children, Ferdinand and Bruno, have a fight. Ferdinand knocks out two of Bruno's teeth. That night, the parents of both children meet to discuss the “savage” matter. Each couple prides themselves on their civilised reasoning, but it’s not...

  • All That Fall

    Tue 28 Nov - Sat 2 Dec

    Beckett’s All That Fall is an intense aural experience staged in complete darkness. Haunted by sounds of the countryside and snatches of Death and the Maiden, we follow the dragging steps of Maddy Rooney as she makes her way to and from Boghill railway station. Punctuated by comically absurd, gruesome conversations with various townsfolk, her journey is filled with humour and quiet tra...

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