Teechers

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26th April to 29th April 2017 - 7.30pm

Venue: Sir Robert Martin Theatre

Presented by Festival Players

Tickets

  • £14

  • £12 - Concessions

  • £10 - Under 22

  • £5 - School group bookings of 10 tickets one teacher admitted free.

  • Any child under 12 admitted free if accompanied by a paying adult.

2017 Season tickets for 3 (£30) plays (with How The Other Half Loves and Equus) available from The LTH or Festival Players Box Office: 07855248832

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Welcome to Whitewall High School … where anything can happen in a drama lesson! Three students, Salty, Gail and Hobby put on an end of term play about the trials and tribulations of their new Drama teacher, Mr Nixon, as he tries to deal with staff and pupils alike. Meet Mr Basford, the deputy head, Doug the caretaker, Oggy Moxon, the school bully, the legendary Barry Wobshall and a host of other colourful characters.

John Godber is one of the most popular and successful English playwrights of the last thirty years, best-known for his modern classics Bouncers, On the Piste and Shakers. Teechers  was written in 1984 and first performed by the Hull Truck Theatre Company at the 1987 Edinburgh Festival to great acclaim.

 

                  

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This event is taking place at The Sir Robert Martin Theatre at LU Arts, based on the Loughborough University campus (get directions)

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