Class

by Ben Bailey Smith & Lajaune Lincoln
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30 Apr

It’s school election time and while most of the school is busy enjoying their lunchbreak, a deadlock is taking place amongst the members of the school council. Bitter rivalries, secret alliances and false promises are laid bare. As a ruthless battle ensues, who will win and does anyone really care?

A play about politics, populism and the ‘ping’ of a text message.


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Tues 30 April | 6pm |Performed by The John Fisher School

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30 April 6:00pmFrom £7

  • Senior Citizen: From £5
  • Adult: From £7
  • Disabled: From £5
  • Bush Connect (Student/Under 26): From £5
  • Wheelchair User: From £5

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