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27 to 30 Apr 2022

New Wimbledon Theatre

Daggers Productions invites you to a night of intrigue, dread and trepidation with three short plays, each connected by the strength of emotion that they embody: revenge, hatred and fear.
Tribus at the New Wimbledon Theatre

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Show details


The plays are Two Campers, which has been written by ten-year-old Yuna Earl as part of a writing competition, Music Lovers, by Nick Warburton and A Day at the Dentist's by James Saunders.

An evening of horror and fear awaits you as does your guide for the night, the sinister story teller, who will be there to hold your hand…or not as the case may prove.

Background information, advisory warnings

Age suitability: Not available

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Postal address:
The Broadway
London SW19 1QG

Box office tel: 0844 871 7646

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Previews from:Wednesday 27 April 2022

Closes:Saturday 30 April 2022

Performance days & times


Wednesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑45pm

Friday ‑ 7‑45pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑45pm


Running time: To be confirmed


From £14.30

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Author: Two Campers by Yuna Earl, Music Lovers, by Nick Warburton and A Day at the Dentist's by James Saunders
Production: Daggers Productions


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