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Winner of the Nick Darke Award 2017, Richard Molloy's Every Day I Make Greatness Happen is a searingly witty exploration of a struggling system and the people inside it, on both sides of the desk, trying to make things work.
Richard's previous theatre credits include The Separation (Theatre503) and O Do Not Love Too Long (Irish Theatre of Chicago).
"For the next six weeks, we meet here, in this room.
Unless you are hospitalised, or deceased, or suffering some kind of catastrophic physical or emotional trauma, you need to be here"
It's back to school with a bang for Alisha, Iman and Kareem - they all failed GCSE English and there are only six weeks until their resits.
This is their last chance to continue Sixth Form, failure is not an option.
It's down to Miss Murphy to see the trio through.
But collectively, the students are unruly, she's already snowed under with her other classes and the school is literally falling apart.
Can she deliver when there's just as much drama in the staffroom as there is in the classroom?
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Performance days & times
Monday ‑ 7‑45pm
Tuesday ‑ 7‑45pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑45pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑45pm
Friday ‑ 7‑45pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑45pm
Saturday - 3-15pm (from 22 Sep)
Wednesday - 2-45pm (from 03 Oct)
The next twelve performances: £12
Performances thereafter: £14
Seniors: £10 (matinee only)
Under 30s and Students: £10
Author: Richard Molloy
Director: Alice Hamilton
Production: Hampstead Downstairs - Celia Atkin