Our final fabulous free 2ND MAY 1997 post-show event at The Bush is this Monday 5 October.
We've asked some of the best playwrights in the business to write a short monologue or duologue in response to 2ND MAY 1997 which will be performed following the show on Monday at around 9:20pm. The event is free to ticket holders for the show.
We've got five incredible actors performing, including the amazing Sally Phillips and Ian Charleson Award nominee John Heffernan.
Here's the line-up:
Labour Pains by James Graham
Starring Rebecca Oldfield (Is Everyone OK?, When Cheryl Was Brassic)
I Saw This and Thought of You by Penelope Skinner
Starring Alison O'Donnell (Dolls, The Assasination of Paris Hilton)
Selection by Jack Thorne
Starring John Heffernan (Carrie's War, Major Barbara)
Maybe It's a Sliding Scale by Joel Horwood
Starring Sally Phillips (Smack The Pony, Bridgt Jones's Diary) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge (2nd May 1997, Is Everyone OK?)
So get yourself a ticket for the show and stay on afterwards for what promises to be a night of theatrical treats.