“Party” by Tom Basden

Yiannis Costopoulos   Tuesday, 1 - Sunday, 13 March 2016; Tuesday - Saturday 7:45pm & Sunday 5:30pm.

Bridge Arts presents Party, by Tom Basden.

Mel, Martin, Phoebe and Jared are here to change the world. Duncan is also present.

Every great political movement has to start somewhere. In this case, Martin’s mum’s shed is the nerve centre of groundbreaking policy creation on the stuff that really matters: climate change, bike tax, unfair trade coffee, and how to pronounce “abstention”.

When an unassuming stranger stumbles in, his difficult questions throw their policy creation off-track. How do they navigate the muddy waters of foreign policy, sex trafficking, and most importantly, what that film was called where Richard Gere clones his own arm?

After their sold out run of Love In The 21st Century, Bridge Arts presents Party, Tom Basden’s hilarious, critically-acclaimed comedy about revolutionaries who are pro-cake and anti-pillaging.

Cast: George Vafakis, Elizabeth Hope, Tom Scurr, Luke de Belder, Florence Hapgood, Steve Hodgetts.

1st March – 13th March 2016; Tuesday – Saturday, 7:45pm and Sundays, 5:30pm.
Running time is 60′.

Pleasance Theatre
Carpenters Mews
North Rd.
N7 9EF

Tickets: £14, conc. £12. Book now.

Box Office: [email protected] and 020 7609 1800.

About Yiannis Costopoulos

Yiannis is responsible for all the technical aspects of our website. He was born and brought up in Athens, Greece and he moved to London in his 20's to study Computer Science. His career in web technologies started when people were still using dial-up MODEMs to access the Internet and the only moving thing on the screen was the mouse pointer. He currently lives in NW London and he works as a Web Developer.

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