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We Are Going To Die

Phoebe Bakker

Tue 24th Jan - Fri 27th Jan
20:15 (
60 mins)
Theatre
Drama / Funny / New Writing
Tickets from £13.00
Venue: Network Theatre
Age Guidance: 12+
contains strong language, depictions of grief, mention of loss, loud noises

When hackers take over the news and report that humanity is mere months away from destruction it’s branded as an elaborate hoax. Now it’s the final hour before we find out if they were telling the truth and no one is quite sure. It’s been eight months since Lydia’s death and the group are feeling the after effects. Having successfully avoided dealing with it, the world ending forces them to confront their issues in an attempt to prepare themselves for what lies ahead. Tiana’s ready, Chrissy ran away, Adam doesn’t care and Jason doesn’t have a clue. All roads lead to one solution. An end of the world party* where potentially the world doesn’t end.

We Are Going To Die is an inside look at how our society handles loss and fails those in need of support.

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Tue 24th Jan
8.15pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Wed 25th Jan
8.15pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Thu 26th Jan
8.15pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road
Fri 27th Jan
8.15pm
Network Theatre
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Network Theatre
246A Lower Road

Phoebe Bakker

The Vaults is 'We Are Going To Die" theatre debut. Phoebe Bakker is a new writer who enjoys blending dark comedy with poignant messages. We Are Going To Die is inspired from Eugène Ionesco's Exit The King combined with personal experiences and the stories of others.

Cast & Creative Team Writer: Phoebe Bakker
Director: Phoebe Bakker
Lighting/sound: Joe McInally
Photography: Kora Johnston
Graphic designer: Robin Small
Dramaturg: Rachel Fenn


Adam: James Markey
Tiana: Inês Drumond
Jason: George Le Blond James
Chrissy: Tara Kitson


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