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VenueThe Tobacco Factory Theatres
Other spaces: Spielman Theatre
CountyCity of Bristol
From9th January 2014
To25th January 2014
When19:15. Jan14 18 Mat 14:15
PricesFrom £11.00. To £11.00.
What is currently on at The Tobacco Factory Theatres (V1384579886)

Normal Service Will Be Resumed...

Normal Service Will Be Resumed...T2128112635
It's 1962 and things are not looking good. Kennedy and Khruschev are about to collide over Cuba, but the real trouble is brewing thousands of miles away, deep below the surface of Bristol. In a top-secret location, Skippy Catford, the ninny in the pinnie, cheerily mops away twenty years' worth of dust and grime from the BBC's emergency wartime studio. She hums the latest Brenda Lee whilst daydreaming about Stanton Drew, everybody's favourite velvet-voiced radio celebrity. When the Cold War suddenly heats up, Stanton and Skippy are trapped underground with nothing but a pair of coconut shells and a swanee whistle to keep themselves amused. A whole bag of spanners drops into the world of Auntie and Listen with Mother will never be the same again.
Author Mike Akers
Music Kit Morgan

Archive :: production:T2128112635, play:S01374453214, venue:V1384579886

Production details

Running time: 1hr 50mins inclu interval. Age recommendation 10+ Brewery


Presented byThe Ministry of Entertainment
Performer Kate McNab
Performer Ross Harvey

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