Theatre |
1st October 2015 – 3rd October 2015

Thu 1 Oct 7:30pm & Sat 3 Oct 5pm | £10/£9 U16 (buy tickets to see Lungs/My Teachers A Troll/ The Human Ear and get 33% off – thats one free show!)

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!)

A man turns up at Lucy’s door claiming to be the brother she hasn’t seen in 10 years. But why has he come? Is it really him? And what happens when there’s another knock at the door? 

Forced to confront the messy inner workings of sibling love with its petty resentments, casual cruelty, profound betrayals and implicit understanding, can the bond between brother and sister be rebuilt? 

 An intriguing tale of loss, renewal and knowing who to trust from Fringe First Award winner Alexandra Wood.

Recc Age 10+

Love, loss, loneliness and memories, complex emotions of sibling relationships. Brewery Youth Theatre groups are delighted to be performing their short physical curtain raiser for The Human Ear at Roundabout on Thursday Oct 1st 7.30pm.

Venue: Roundabout Pop Up Dome 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

This event is supported by Lakeland Arts and Kendal Bid.



1st October 2015 – 3rd October 2015

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