Man Down


Deals with themes of male mental health, sexual violence and healthcare; but more than that, it is a story of community, hope and survival. A story for now told through gripping dialogue, humour, shadow puppetry and movement.
Man Down at the Tristan Bates Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Tristan Bates Theatre
Starts: Tuesday 9 July 2019
Closes: Saturday 13 July 2019
Running time:1 hr 30 mins (inc interval)
Age suitability: 16+

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Synopsis


Nick is throwing Liv a surprise birthday party, he desperately wants to make her happy.


He's got her a holiday, he's invited her friends and he's made sure there's cake- but Liv wants something Nick doesn't want to give, so she takes it.


Man Down tells the story of twentysomething Nick who, after being sexually assaulted by his girlfriend tries to 'man up' and move on.


He takes on a promotion at work and avoids home life, but soon PTSD starts to manifest and Nick struggles to carry on pretending.


Man Down is a story for now told through gripping dialogue, humour, shadow puppetry and movement.


It deals with themes of male mental health, sexual violence and healthcare; but more than that, it is a story of community, hope and survival.


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Theatre


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Postal address:
1A Tower Street
Covent Garden
London WC2H 9NP

Box office tel: 020 7240 6283

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Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 9 July 2019

Closes:Saturday 13 July 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Wednesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑45pm

Friday ‑ 7‑45pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑45pm


Intervals:1

Matinee:
Saturday - 2-30pm

Intervals:1

Tickets


Standard:
£12

Concessions:
£10

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Cast


To be confirmed

Creatives


Author: Jack Hart 
Director: Jack Hart 
Production: Bebe Barry, Exploding Whale

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