Theatre |
8th November 2013


Theatre Royal Wakefield

A biting, witty modern comedy from the writer of Bouncers, Perfect Pitch and The Debt Collectors.

 Join  Gail, Hobby and Salty, three fifth form students who, through their end of term play, tell the hilarious story of an idealistic new teacher in his perilous first days inside a local comprehensive school. 

The three cast members effortlessly transform into a vast array of other characters in this contemporary classic including teachers, dinner ladies, students, an obstructive caretaker and of course, the school bully.

Teechers puts the education system under a microscope and examines the themes and issues that are still relevant today.

Featuring Frances Wood (BBC’s The Voice) as Gail, Teechers is touring the UK Autumn 2013.

Staff Pick One not to be missed – a classic John Godber comedy, with a lot still to say about school life today. If you love Hull Truck this is the one for you. Richard Foster CEO, Brewery Arts Centre


‘…an absolute joy’ The Stage

‘…a fast-paced, caustically funny drama’ The Hull Daily Mail

‘…bloody funny and top of the class’ What’sOnStage.com

‘…relevant and engaging’ The Public Reviews

Ticket price deals on this performance

Young people’s discount 25/25:  Tickets ONLY £5 on all live dance & theatre performances for under 25 year olds*. (Tickets are limited to 25 per show and sold on a first come first served basis).

*Hansel & Gretel/Boing are not included in this offer


8th November 2013

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