Gate Theatre, Notting Hill
Pop Sheeran, proudly shouldering the family trade of restoring the Forth Rail Bridge, is about to lose it all. A global corporation has bought this Scottish icon, bringing with them innovative new paint. How will Pop fight back when he realises he’s painting himself out of a job?
The company behind the two Fringe First-winning smash hits Grounded and The Christians return to the Traverse with a brand new adaptation of Gogol’s classic story, reimagined in
Christopher Haydon directs the world premiere of this sharply political, witty play by Al Smith.
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Thu 4 Aug, 11am
Full price £12.50
Fri 5 – Sun 28 Aug
(No Mon performances)
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Full price £18.50
Standard concession £13.50
Other concession £8.50
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Contains adult themes and strong language.
Supported by Jerwood Charitable Foundation, Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England.
Image by Iona Firouzabadi