Theatre |
30th September 2015 – 3rd October 2015

Fri 2 Oct & Sat 3 Oct 7:30pm | £10/£9U16

Performed in a a unique pop-up theatre dome, The Old Bowling Green, opposite Abbot Hall

A Paines Plough (“National Theatre” of new writing) and Pentabus Theatre Company production

(buy tickets to see Lungs/My Teachers A Troll/ The Human Ear and get 33% off – thats one free show!)

“I could fly to New York and back every day for seven years and still not leave a carbon footprint as big as if I have a child. Ten thousand tonnes of CO2. That’s the weight of the Eiffel Tower. I’d be giving birth to the Eiffel Tower.”

A couple are deciding their future. Thirty-something, educated and thoughtful, they want to have a child for the right reasons. But in a time of overpopulation, erratic weather and political unrest, what exactly are the right reasons?

'The most beautiful, shattering play of the year.' ★★★★★ Sunday Express

Recc Age: 16+

Venue: Roundabout Pop Up Theatre.

Roundabout – Pre-Show Food Deal. Try our 'quatro pizza' or 'trio tapas' devised by our chef exclusively for Roundabout ticket holders. Book on-line or at the box office.

“A beautifully designed masterpiece in engineering… a significant breakthrough in theatre technology.” The Stage


Buy a ticket for each of the £10 shows included in Roundabout and get the third show for free. The discount will be applied at checkout.
(This does not apply to concession tickets or Every Brilliant Thing)



Buy a ticket for each of the Wednesday night shows for £20 (save £2) .The offer includes: Lungs at 7pm and Every Brilliant Thing at 9pm on Wednesday 10th September.

The discount will be applied at checkout.
This only applies to Standard tickets.

This event is supported by Lakeland Arts and Kendal Bid.


The discount will be applied at checkout.
This offer only applies to Roundabout – Our Teacher's a Troll


30th September 2015 – 3rd October 2015

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