TIME PLEASE! – 25th, 26th, 27th September 8pm – The Crown Inn

Threadbare Theatre Company are very proud to bring the It’s not us Theatre Company to the Crown Inn, Old Oxted for their production of Time Please!

25th, 26th, 27th September 8pm, Food served from 6:30pm

Don’t miss your chance to see this acclaimed production transferring from Brighton Fringe, in our very own intimate upstairs bar of the Crown Inn, glass of something in hand, and just a short trip home at the end of the night. Why go to London for great theatre?

Tickets available by clicking below or calling 01883 723 855

http://shop.fancierdress.co.uk/theatre-tickets-54-c.asp

Time Please, which has launched to rave reviews, sees Cath and Steve struggling to make ends meet in their end-of nowhere pub. Closing time takes a sinister turn when Keith, one of their regulars, arrives – off his head and with a planet-sized chip on his shoulder. Chock full of wild conspiracy theories, Keith wants his story heard and Cath and Steve find themselves caught up in his crack-pot plan…in a lock-in like no other!

Time Please

‘Unexpected, powerful, brilliant, surprising and moving. 10/10,’ Doon Mackichan (Smack the Pony, Plebs, Knowing Me Knowing You)

‘The writing is fabulously blackly comic and timed to perfection,’ Deirdre O’Halloran, Literary Associate, Soho Theatre

‘VERY F*****G GOOD!’ Francis Mcgee (Game of Thrones, Ripper Street, Layer Cake)

‘Funny, thoughtful and deceptively deep.’ Audience Member The Bee’s Mouth Brighton.

‘The bastard child of ‘Dog Day Afternoon… A must see’ – Rachel Mount

‘Bleak as…but, utterly fabulous and captivating’. Andrew Kotting artist and film-maker

‘A fast-paced, wise-cracking, full-on thriller of a show.’ Audience Member St Leonards pub.

*** PLEASE NOTE The play contains strong language and threats of violence and use of a blank-firing gun.***

Time Please runs at 70 minutes with no interval. It will be performed in the upstairs bar of the Crown. As with all performances table preference will be given to those choosing to eat before the performance and then on a first booked first reserved basis. This is a fabulously intimate, up close theatrical experience.​​

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