Netflix and Chill


Highlights the pressures men face in modern dating, the toxic world of 'lad culture' and the difficulty men face when it comes to talking about their feelings.
Netflix and Chill at the Tristan Bates Theatre

Image courtesy Tristan Bates Theatre


Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Tristan Bates Theatre
Starts: Tuesday 25 June 2019
Closes: Saturday 29 June 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Background


Netflix and Chill first started as a short 15 minute scratch which was performed in London at the Canal Cafe.


Then it went onto be performed at Spotlight, Theatre N16, The Globe space in Balham and 53two in Manchester.


It was also turned into a short film that is currently being developed.


Netflix and Chill is kindly supported by The Movember Foundation - a charity tackling prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.


Synopsis


What goes through your inner monologue when you're 'Netflix-and-Chilling'?


Startlingly, suicide is the biggest killer for men under 45 and 75% of suicides are committed by men.


Netflix and Chill highlights the pressures men face in modern dating, the toxic world of 'lad culture' and the difficulty men face when it comes to talking about their feelings.


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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 25 June 2019

Closes:Saturday 29 June 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 6‑15pm

Wednesday ‑ 6‑15pm

Thursday ‑ 6‑15pm

Friday ‑ 6‑15pm

Saturday ‑ 6‑15pm


Matinee:
Saturday - 1-00pm

Tickets


Standard:
£12

Concessions:
£10

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Cast


To be confirmed

Creatives


Author: Tom Stocks
Director: Luke Adamson
Production: Actor Awareness

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