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The Bread and Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor Street
Clapham
London
SW4 6DZ
020 8050 3025
info@breadandrosestheatre.co.uk
http://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/
Nearest Tube/Train Station:
Clapham North
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Genre - Drama
A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer
On from 20 Feb 2018 to 21 Feb 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Various

A collective roar to break open, expose, and examine the insidiousness of violence at all levels: brutality, neglect, a punch, even a put-down.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy Genre - Classic
The Vagina Monologues
On from 22 Feb 2018 to 24 Feb 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Eve Ensler

Liberating vaginas across the world for the past 20 years, this yearly sell-out production returns to the Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham for the fourth time!

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
F*ckingLifeMate
On from 27 Mar 2017 to 10 Mar 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Scott James

How does the area in which we grow up affect us? If what you see is what you know, does that mark your card from the start. "F*ckingLifeMate" follows Kirsty, a girl growing up in Thamesmead in South East London. Crime rate is high, teenage pregnancy is common and being gay is still not OK.

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Genre - New Writing
Time for Something New
On from 11 Mar 2018 to 12 Mar 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Various

New Dreams Theatre (NDT) are delighted to be showcasing several evenings of new writing in 2018 at The Bread and Roses Theatre.

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Genre - New Writing
London Irish Play Festival
On from 13 Mar 2018 to 17 Mar 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Various

Following the sell-out of “Traitors, Cads and Cowards” in 2016, Green Curtain Theatre are delighted to be staging plays from their second London Irish Play Festival at the Bread and Roses again.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Comedy
Paradise Lodge
On from 18 Mar 2018 to 20 Mar 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Steve Cooper

PARADISE LODGE is a thought-provoking and hilarious exploration of identity, reality, love and loss.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy Genre - New Writing
Talos Festival
On from 22 Mar 2018 to 25 Mar 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Various

Talos: the Science Fiction Theatre Festival of London is the UK’s first and only sci-fi theatre festival staging science fictional plays from all over the world.

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Genre - New Writing
If We Go to the River, Will We See the Sea?
On from 27 Mar 2018 to 28 Mar 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Georgie de Suys

Rosie is a secondary school student, quiet, but fiercely intelligent. Kate, her lecturer, has aspirations for Rosie to become a writer. However, when fiction and fantasy turns into fact and reality, the boundaries between student and teacher are crossed.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - New Writing
An Abundance of Tims
On from 29 Mar 2018 to 30 Mar 2018
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Tim Chapman

‘An Abundance of Tims’ is, quite clearly, all about Tim. Tim has accidentally become the face of a politically questionable movement. Tonight, he tells his side of the story.

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Genre - Drama
TangleTree
On from 19 Mar 2019 to 19 Mar 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Jasmine Darke and Jayne Connell. Directed by Chris Yapp

A catastrophic event forces the two women to face reality. Inspired by real life stories. For anyone who has loved and triumphed, raged or even despaired at life's challenges.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
FEAR
On from 21 Mar 2019 to 23 Mar 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Robert Rutonic

Fear: Is it real or have we created it as an excuse? A tragicomic story written & performed by Robert Rutonic.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Ladies Who Loo
On from 24 Mar 2019 to 25 Mar 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Chloe Arben, Fallon Mayne & Cora O'Connell

A collection of snippets inside the lives of ladies who loo (a new take on ladies who lunch) told through text and physical theatre.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
The Castilla Sisters
On from 26 Mar 2019 to 30 Mar 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Ana Torre. Directed by Guido Garcia Lueches

A story of hope, of finding your place in the world and of self-acceptance set in contemporary Mexico.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
The Devil is in the Timing
On from 02 Apr 2019 to 06 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Samantha Priestley. Directed by Rachael Bellis

Danielle and Nik keep messing up their relationship as mixed signals, fear and confusion come into play. A Primal Theatre production.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
321 Missing
On from 07 Apr 2019 to 07 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Third Person Theatre

Third Person explore the theme of 'missing'. See this amazing company invent a whole new play just for you on the night.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Just to Sit at Her Table, Silver Hammer & Mirabilis: A trilogy of one-woman plays
On from 09 Apr 2019 to 13 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Matthew Lyon

Trilogy about three women living on the fringes of society. Sadie: an escort, Carly: a serial killer and Laura, who is undergoing a spiritual awakening.

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Genre - Classic Genre - New Writing
Maddy
On from 14 Apr 2019 to 15 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Jasmin Mandi-Ghomi. Directed by Amy Collins

A modern retelling of the Greek classic Medea as a one-woman play.

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Genre - Comedy
Three Men in a Barrel
On from 16 Apr 2019 to 20 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Laurence Smither. Directed by Michael Greenwood

Three men each wake up in barrels not knowing how they got there or why they are there. An absurdist comedy from Wrong Shoe Theatre.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
Accidental Coconut
On from 21 Apr 2019 to 22 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Njambi McGrath

Njambi McGrath presents a journey of how circumstance and wider environments create who we are and how we engage with others.

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Genre - Drama Genre - Classic
The Weak Ones
On from 23 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by August Strindberg

Misenscene Production Presents The Weak Ones. Join us on the journey of a daughter's and mother's love, lost friendship, betrayal and a father's nightmare.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Starved
On from 30 Apr 2019 to 30 Apr 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Michael Black. Directed by Matt Strachan

A gritty, fast paced, character driven dark comedy, examining the extremes people are willing to go to when desperate.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama
A Butcher of Distinction [Rehearsed Reading]
On from 06 May 2019 to 06 May 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Roby Hayes

Shot through with pitch-black humour, A Butcher of Distinction offers a journey into the unique imagination of award-winning playwright Rob Hayes, described by The Times as 'stunning…an extraordinary talent.’

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Kitty
On from 12 May 2019 to 14 May 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by John Dunne

The love affair between Kitty O'Shea and Charles Stewart Parnell which almost brought down hopes of Irish Home Rule and ultimate freedom in the 1880's.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama Genre - Comedy
The Platform
On from 16 May 2019 to 18 May 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by The Bread & Roses Theatre Company

The Bread & Roses Theatre Company presents a page to stage scratch night.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
As We Unravel
On from 21 May 2019 to 25 May 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Annie Power. Directed by Sassy Clyde

In a rundown seaside town, after their mother dies, three sisters are forced to navigate debt, unemployment and questionable Airbnb guests in order to survive.

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Tomas McCabe: The Mind Reading Experiments
On from 26 May 2019 to 26 May 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Tomas MacCabe

The Mind Reading Experiments takes a look at some of the true studies that were done into the true powers of our minds years ago with astounding results but never disclosed to the public. Now Tomas will recreate the experiments live on stage.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
She Speaks
On from 27 May 2019 to 27 May 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Bryony Moores O’Suillivan

The magical realist testimonial of a young woman who rebuilt herself. Poetry and physical theatre meets puppetry and film in a new-age form of storytelling.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Taking Liberties
On from 28 May 2019 to 01 Jun 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Caroline Gray

A comedy charting the life of down on her luck Amy as she tries to reconnect with her brother after years in care.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Drama
Rabbit Hole
On from 02 Jun 2019 to 03 Jun 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Lewis Wood. Directed by Michael Greenwood

Wrong Shoe Presents a play about a teenager's present life slipping away after taking a drug that allows people to find out about their future.

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Genre - New Writing Genre - Comedy
Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva
On from 04 Jun 2019 to 08 Jun 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Laura-Doe Harris, Anando Bharti & Robert Grayson. Directed by Penelope Chater

Dripping with tongue-in-cheek humour, award-winning sex geek Laura-Doe’s canny characters and unusually vocal velvet vulvae illuminate and entertain on the fertile topic of female genitalia.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Me and My
On from 10 Jun 2019 to 11 Jun 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Lucy Alwin & Sarah Tattersall

Tired of being ignored, attention-seeking Grief takes it upon herself to be seen. A silly exploration of the annoyance of emotions.

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Genre - New Writing
Looking Over the Fence
On from 12 Jun 2019 to 15 Jun 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Aaron Gill & Diany Samba-Bandza

Two young men are feeling the economic and psychological strain of living in London. Desperately needing help, Tom stumbles upon a mysterious bag which promises to assist them with their current financial woes.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Party
On from 18 Jun 2019 to 22 Jun 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Sam J. Stewart

When a senior judge is accused by a university professor of sexual assault many years before, he charges her with defamation and takes her to court, polarising society and their professions.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Incursion: A Double Bill
On from 02 Jul 2019 to 06 Jul 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Sisu Theatre

Sisu Theatre presents The Incursion, a double bill of two new one-act plays.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Conversations with Ed
On from 16 Jul 2019 to 20 Jul 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Meg Pickup

'Conversations with Ed’ is a play that explores the relationship with have with ourselves, obsession, dependancy, and control. Presented to you by an entirely female collective.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Under The Floorboards
On from 21 Jul 2019 to 21 Jul 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Simon Shaw. Directed by Lauren Stones

Based on the real life crimes of Ed Gein who inspired Norman Bates (Psycho) Leatherface (Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and Buffalo Bill (Silence of the Lambs)

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Edinburgh Fringe Preview: Number, Please
On from 23 Jul 2019 to 24 Jul 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Becca Chadder

When switchboard operator Sheila Chadwick answers a mysterious call from a dying woman, she is entrusted with a top-secret message to be delivered to the ominous Charles Briand.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Edinburgh Fringe Preview: Numbers
On from 26 Jul 2019 to 27 Jul 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Alex Blanc. Directed by Cydney Beech

Jack Spencer’s world is built on numbers. But what happens when things stop adding up?

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Amygdala
On from 16 Aug 2019 to 19 Aug 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Sophie Fox

Kelsey is in prison serving a life sentence for murder. Thea is doing a PhD and thinks she knows everything there is to know about women who kill. But, as her friendship with Kelsey deepens, Thea realises she doesn’t know the first thing about fear or what it can make a you do. Based on true events The Amygdala is a brutally honest portrait of the life of a woman in prison that explores the limits of our capacity for empathy and forgiveness.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
Baby
On from 26 Sep 2019 to 26 Sep 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Rebecca Saffir

She knows men are the problem.
And now she’s pregnant with a boy.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
By the Light of the Moon
On from 26 Sep 2019 to 26 Sep 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Shea Donovan

We find Lila alone in a hospital for the criminally insane in 1928.

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Genre - Kids Theatre
Coco's Adventures
On from 28 Sep 2019 to 28 Sep 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Apis Studios

Puppets, music and a little bit of magic…

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Apocalypse Wow
On from 27 Sep 2019 to 28 Sep 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Naila Mansour

Imagine, 2 women, from completely opposite worlds, are the only survivors of a global bombing.

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Genre - Drama
Mercy
On from 27 Sep 2019 to 28 Sep 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Mandy Riggi

Amireh, the headstrong matriarch of a British-Iranian family is given only months to live.

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Genre - Kids Theatre
Mama G's Story Time Roadshow
On from 29 Sep 2019 to 29 Sep 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Robert Pearce

Come and meet Mama G's range of wonderful characters: confused horses, feuding fairies, champion twerkers and... Oprah; in stories that will make the whole family think, laugh and love.

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15 and above - recommended age group Genre - Drama
Artorigus
On from 30 Oct 2019 to 01 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Ross Stephenson

Written in Iambic Pentameter and combining Classical with Contemporary Theatre, this modern adaptation of the Legends of King Arthur explores the themes of idleness, betrayal and love.

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Genre - Drama
The Luncheon
On from 30 Sep 2019 to 01 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Kace Monney & Luis Amália

The only thing you can expect is for the pair to eat. Nothing else is promised.
All we know is that everything will go on as long as they keep eating.

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Genre - Kids Theatre
Coco's Adventures
On from 05 Oct 2019 to 05 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Apis Studios

Puppets, music and a little bit of magic…

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
The Wild Flesh
On from 04 Oct 2019 to 05 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Wildly Theatre

'Everyone is a hypocrite. They preach body positivity, but then turn around and troll.'

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Mama G's Story Time Roadshow
On from 06 Oct 2019 to 06 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Robert Pearce

Come and meet Mama G's range of wonderful characters: confused horses, feuding fairies, champion twerkers and... Oprah; in stories that will make the whole family think, laugh and love.

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Genre - Comedy Genre - Drama Genre - Musical Genre - New Writing
Most Notorious: A New Musical
On from 04 Oct 2019 to 06 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by by Daisy Horan and Ollie Clark

This is a show about making your mark, about leaving a dent in history and not letting any constraints hold you back, all set to an upbeat tapestry of genre-defying musical styles.

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Genre - Drama Genre - New Writing
Human Issue
On from 06 Oct 2019 to 06 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Dean Moynihan

Frank is struggling to cope with major social, personal & professional life changes, as he finds himself part of the so-called ‘buffer’ generation, caught between the older, more traditional, strong, silent, austere generation of his elders & the younger, more progressive open individualistic younger generation.

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We Used To Play Together
On from 07 Oct 2019 to 08 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Darrel Draper

Rory and Tom shared a child hood. But both grew up and moved on. Now Rory is in prison for 'aggravated' assault and is facing a lengthy sentence. While Tom is left on the outside wondering why.

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All Aboard! At Termination Station.
On from 07 Oct 2019 to 08 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Lilly Burton

This is a bracing, booming and brash autobiographical tale of pro-choice; it's personal, not political.

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Is That All There Is?
On from 09 Oct 2019 to 10 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Rosie Sharp & Anna McKelvie

After the dreaded Apeno virus wiped out nearly half the Earth’s population, drastic measures were taken. Now under the dictatorship of Mildred Damion, Britain faces new, gender-idealistic ruling.

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Follow My Fingers
On from 09 Oct 2019 to 10 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Hannah West

Follow My Fingers is a story about 4 young women who embark on a road trip into the deepest, darkest depths of Argentina.

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Genre - New Writing
Just Eat
On from 11 Oct 2019 to 11 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Overload Theatre

Five different personal struggles served on a bed of autobiography with songs on the side and a promise to get you to that target weight.

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Smashing It! The capitalist patriarchy gameshow
On from 12 Oct 2019 to 12 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Helen Sulis Bowie

Smashing It! uses games to challenge the capitalist patriarchal structures which seek to divide and harm us, and unites audiences in a mission to beat the system.

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Genre - Drama
By the Light of the Moon
On from 13 Oct 2019 to 13 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Shea Donovan

We find Lila alone in a hospital for the criminally insane in 1928

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15 and above - recommended age group
Tits, Teeth & Twat
On from 06 Oct 2019 to 13 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Mesha Maria Wright & Bethany Parker

After selling out at Brighton Fringe in every sense, Tits, Teeth & Twat makes no apologies for its lack of filter. Sit back and watch as our bums jiggle, bingo wings bounce and thighs chafe.

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Genre - New Writing
Grappling
On from 11 Oct 2019 to 13 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Maddie Haynes

This is a story about women who get treated like things, and things that get treated like women.

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The Signalman
On from 12 Oct 2019 to 13 Oct 2019
The Bread and Roses Theatre
by Charles Dickens- adapted by Martin Malcolm

A signalman is haunted by a mysterious figure standing at the mouth of a train tunnel. He's sure it's a warning – but what is he warning against?

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