A Girl In School Uniform (Walks Into A Bar)
Events Temporarily Postponed
Thu 01 Jan 1970
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Its the future. But only slightly.
There are blackouts. No one knows whats causing them, but that doesnt stop people going missing in them.
Now Steph and Bell, a schoolgirl and barmaid, have to search for their missing friend, until the outside world starts infecting the theatre that stands around them
Originally supported and developed by Leeds Playhouse before transferring to the New Diorama Theatre in London, Holy What’s A Girl in School Uniform (Walks into a Bar) is a bold new play about crisis, darkness, cities and hope.
???? A resounding shot in the dark
???? Intelligent ultra-live production of a chilling, funny, contemporary new play
???? This is quite brilliant, leaning on the likes of Caryl Churchill, Martin Crimp and other masters of elliptical language
14+ (swearing and depictions of violence)
Running time: 75 mins