Following its sell-out run at The Bush, 2ND MAY 1997 heads out on the road this week. First up we're excited to return to Watford Palace Theatre, where we are a Creative Associate Company, followed by three nights at The Mercury Theatre, Colchester. Then next week we play seven performances at The Royal Exchange in Manchester.
Here are all the details:
20 - 21 October
Watford Palace Theatre
22 - 24 October
The Mercury Theatre, Colchester
27 - 31 October
Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
If you're London based and missed the show at The Bush, Watford is a mere 10 minutes from Euston so there's your chance. And we look forward to seeing everyone in Colchester and Manchester who have seen our shows before.
Just a reminder what the critics said:
“Playwright Jack Thorne elegantly refracts the early hours of Blair through three very different relationships...A superb 90 minutes.”
**** Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard
“George Perrin's beautifully acted production…an evening of gorgeous, understated naturalism that captures one historic night.”
**** Claire Allfree, Metro
"Rising playwright Jack Thorne takes us back in time with such quiet profundity and verve you get a burst of inspiration to match the uplift of those distant days."
**** Dominic Cavendish, Daily Telegraph
There's more information on the show and the tour on our website here.