Drama Thu 21 October 2021 - Sat 23 Oct 2021

Every Thing

Book

New kind of shop eh. Heck. Can’t wait to see what it’s like, only just got me head round the old kind.

If you define yourself by your work, what happens when your work disappears? With just eight hours left to sell what remains in his shop, entrepreneur Charlie’s final day of trading in this once-thriving electrical goods store is thrown into chaos by the arrival of Frankie, a long-time friend and colleague.

To make things worse, they haven’t spoken in ten years and the kettle’s on the blink. Recriminations, rebuttals, and biscuits fly as the pair attempt to rebuild their friendship of thirty-odd years.

Edward Hogg (Taboo, Harlots) and Jennifer Daley (The Archers) star in this unique site-specific production of a new play by Tom Lodge about the cost of progress and the value of friendship, directed by Will Maynard.

Dates

Thu 21 October 2021 - Sat 23 Oct 2021

Space

Unit 28 - The Piazza

Duration

70 minutes

Age guidance

12+

Content warning

Occasional swearing and mild sexual references

How it will work

This is a site-specific production which will take place in Unit 28 of The Piazza Centre in Huddersfield (the old Poundworld unit next door to Coffee Cali). 

You are welcome to make your own way there but if you're unsure of the way please meet at the Lawrence Batley Theatre 15 minutes before the start of the performance and a member of our team will walk you to the venue. 

Pay what you feel

Tickets for this production are pay what you feel ranging from £0 - £15, and include a free cup of tea to be enjoyed with the performance!

  • Thu 21 October 2021
    7:30pm – 8:40pm
  • Fri 22 October 2021
    7:30pm – 8:40pm
  • Sat 23 October 2021
    7:30pm – 8:40pm
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