Collapsible


Essie's lost her job. Her girlfriend's left. But she's alright. Except lately she feels more like a chair than a person. One of those folding chairs. Solid one minute. And then ...
Collapsible at Bush Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Bush Theatre
Starts: Wednesday 5 February 2020
Closes: Saturday 14 March 2020
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Background


Winner of the Origins Award for Outstanding New Work, VAULT Festival 2019.

Synopsis


I'll tell you what I really want.


I want to jump clean out of my brain.


Essie's lost her job.


Her girlfriend's left.


But she's alright.


Except lately she feels more like a chair than a person.


One of those folding chairs. Solid one minute. And then ...


From award-winning Irish writer Margaret Perry (Porcelain, Abbey Theatre), Collapsible is a funny, furious new monologue about holding on in this collapsing world.


For anyone who has ever felt crumbly.


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Theatre


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London W12 8LJ

Box office tel: 020 8743 5050

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Dates


Previews from:Wednesday 5 February 2020

Press night:Friday 7 February 2020

Closes:Saturday 14 March 2020

Performance days & times


Evening:

Monday ‑ 7‑45pm

Tuesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Wednesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑45pm

Friday ‑ 7‑45pm (7pm on 7 Feb)

Saturday ‑ 7‑45pm


Matinee:

Wednesday - 2-45pm

Saturday - 2-45pm


Tickets


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Access information


Captioned Performance

Thu 20 Feb at 7.45pm


Audio Described Performance

Sat 7 Mar at 2.45pm


Creatives


Author: Margaret Perry
Director: Thomas Martin
Production: Ellie Keel Productions in association with Bush Theatre. Originally co-produced with HighTide

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