London is in political turmoil and people across the city are suffering from the same horrible dream, full of monsters and nightmarish visions. Amid the mayhem, there enters a mysterious Christ-like figure, John, who promises to bring about positive change - but at what cost?
This dark and fantastical play met with critical acclaim when it was first released in 2011 but with huge political events causing waves around the world, it is now more relevant than ever.
Performed by graduating students from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Mike Bartlett’s powerful and unforgettable play is presented by Bristol’s Tobacco Factory Theatre. This is a play you won’t want to miss this June.
23 June - 01 July Tobacco Factory Theatre
05 - 10 June Bristol Hippodrome
Good girl Sandy and bad boy Danny have had a spectacular summer fling to remember - but after the long hot holidays comes a brand new term at Rydell High, with jackets and cliques, hand jives, reckless driving, and peer pressure...
The two lovebirds are hopelessly devoted to one another - but can the pair survive high school life as a couple, or are Sandy and Danny just too different to make it after all?
Grease comes to Bristol Hippodrome this June, with Tom Parker from UK’s top boy band The Wanted starring as Danny, Over The Rainbow winner Danielle Hope as Sandy, and EastEnders’ and Strictly Come Dancing’s Louisa Lytton as Rizzo.
For tickets and information, visit atgtickets.com.
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