Summer Fest


Performed by young talent from National Youth Theatre's Playing Up Company, Summer Fest is a brand new commission from NYT Alumna and award-winning writer Yolanda Mercy exploring the dramatic highs and lows of the highlight of the social calendar.
Summer Fest at The Bunker

Image: The Bunker


Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: The Bunker
Starts: Wednesday 10 July 2019
Closes: Saturday 13 July 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Background


Now in its eleventh year, Playing Up is free, accredited nine-month drama training course from National Youth Theatre for 19-24s, offering a second chance to young people who have fallen out of education and help gaining access to further training or employment.

Synopsis


Performed by young talent from National Youth Theatre's Playing Up Company, Summer Fest is a brand new commission from NYT Alumna and award-winning writer Yolanda Mercy (whose recent credits include Quarter Life Crisis, recently broadcast on BBC Radio 1Xtra) exploring the dramatic highs and lows of the highlight of the social calendar: Summer Fest.


With dynamic direction from Lakesha Arie-Angelo, Resident Director at Soho Theatre, whose recent work includes soft animals (Soho Theatre), and The Hoes (Hampstead Theatre).


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Theatre


Name:


Postal address:
53a Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU

Box office tel: 0207 234 0486

Box office email: Send Mail

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Dates


Previews from:Wednesday 10 July 2019

Closes:Saturday 13 July 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm

Friday ‑ 7‑30pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm


Matinee:
Saturday - 3-00pm

Tickets


Standard:
£10

Concessions:
£8.00 (inc. NYT members & under 25s)

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Creatives


Author: Yolanda Mercy
Director: Lakesha Arie-Angelo
Production: National Youth Theatre's Playing Up Company

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