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    Jack Boal presents


    Thu 8 Dec - Sat 10 Dec at 9pm
    Tickets £12 (£10)
    Thatcher-Rite invites you for a traditional English tea party with Margaret Thatcher. From cucumber sandwiches to Conservative policy, this interactive and entertaining production revisits the legacy of the UK's first woman Prime Minister.

    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs
    Assistance dogs
    Health Notice
    Health Notice(To be confirmed) Smoke/fog/haze effects, Strobe lighting, Flashing lights, Loud noises, Food/drinks consumed by performers onstage, Food/drinks given to members of the audiences as part of the show

    One of the most divisive and influential political figures of the twentieth century, Margaret Thatcher changed the economic, political, and social make-up of the United Kingdom forever. Now, you get to meet the Iron Lady herself for a traditional English tea party.

    An exploration of the personal and political, Jack Boal re-imagines and reclaims the icon of Conservatism who was once the MP for where he grew up. An entertaining and interactive production that asks: How is the icon of British Conservatism remembered in the nation's memory and how would she remember herself?

    Created and performed by Jack Boal.
    Directed by Lila Robirosa

    Costume Design by Corinna Francavilla

    Photography by Jenna Coombs

    Supported by artsdepot, Raze Collective, Something To Aim For and Highrise Theatre.

    Tickets for Thatcher-Rite

    Thu 08 Dec, 21:00
    Fri 09 Dec, 21:00
    Sat 10 Dec, 21:00
    "Boal delivers a surprisingly nuanced portrayal of the former PM, breathing some remorse and self-awareness into the otherwise despicable beast"
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    "CPT is the first place we turn to when we have a new idea, knowing that experimentation and new ideas are always supported."

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