Theatres and the coronavirus outbreak
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Some smaller theatres have already made plans to reopen, though this does not apply yet to all venues.
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17 May to 5 Jun 2021
Jermyn Street Theatre
Image courtesy Jermyn Street Theatre
Flatmates Banza and Lagbaja blissfully fritter the hours away regaling each other with nonsensical stories.
Today, however, something else is in the air: confusion; déjà vu; fragments of past memories.
Who are they? How did they get here? Has this all happened before?
The answers to these questions should be simple.
But for some reason, for these men, in this room - they aren't.
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Age suitability: Not available
Two Horsemen won Best Play at the London New Plays Festival.
Biyi Bandele has been writer-in-residence at the National Theatre, Talawa Theatre and the Bush Theatre.
His acclaimed novels, plays and films include Half of a Yellow Sun.
Ebenezer Bamgboye is Carne Deputy Director at Jermyn Street Theatre.
Festival: This show is part of Footprints Festival.
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London SW1Y 6ST
Performance days & times
Monday 17 May 7.30pm
Tuesday 18 May 7.30pm
Wednesday 19 May 7.30pm
Saturday 22 May 8.00pm
Wednesday 26 May 7.30pm
Saturday 29 May 8.00pm
Saturday 5 June 8.00pm
Tuesday 18 May 2.30pm
Tuesday 25 May 2.30pm
Thursday 27 May 2.30pm
Tuesday 1 June 2.30pm
Thursday 3 June 2.30pm
TICKET BAND A
£21.75 to £33 (son stage)
£15 to £25 (online)
Author: Biyi Bandele
Director: Ebenezer Bamgboye