When: 18th & 19th March 2011 at 8pm
Where: The Old Joint Stock Pub and Theatre, 4 Temple Row West, Birmingham B2 5NY
£: 10 (8 for concessions)
What is it?
Local ‘Archers’ writer, Tim Stimpson, is used to having 5 million people listen to his work on Radio 4, but this is the first time he’s had a play performed in his home city.
19th January: Freak storms bring devastating floods to the English coast, but before the rescue effort arrives, the media are already in town spinning their story. A play about the power of the news, the strength of the government, the question of climate change, and of course, and the search for Sam, Jack and little Chloe…
Tim Stimpson said, “Having already been enjoyed by audiences in London, Liverpool and Manchester, I couldn’t be more delighted that ‘One, Nineteen’ is finally coming home to city where it was written.”
More info: Old Joint Stock