VenueChiswick Playhouse (formerly The Tabard Theatre)
TownOuter London
CountyGreater London
From14th April 2010
Opened16th April 2010
To9th May 2010
When19:30. Sat,Sun Mats 16:00. No evening perf. Sun,Mon
PricesFrom £14.00. To £14.00.
What is currently on at Chiswick Playhouse (formerly The Tabard Theatre) (V334)
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The tale follows progressive Quentin Dellaware who has just picked up a Tory seat in a landslide by-election. Keen to make a difference, he is swiftly shown the status quo by his old school chum George Moore-Lys. Meanwhile, Labour front-bencher Paula Stiff is pressing for a fairer Britain with the help of her husband-cum-aide Marty whose real passion is toy trains. Which would all be politics as usual except that young Sally Pauper, an aspiring journalist, aims to make her mark by uncovering the biggest parliamentary story since the gunpowder plot.
Author John Higginson
Author Coldagh Hartley

Archive :: production:T030690253, play:S913081914, venue:V334

Production details


Producer Cerberus Productions Ltd
Producer Pulling Focus Ltd (for the Tabard Theatre)
Design Chris Hone
Lighting Natalie Walker
Sound Natalie Walker

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