Theatre |
11th May 2016

Wed 11 May | 8pm | £12 / £11 Under 16s

by Will Adamsdale with Brian Logan and Lloyd Hutchinson
Produced by Fuel

An Englishman, Irishman and Scotsman got trapped in a joke… 

'How do we get out? aid the Englishman

'Just stop telling it' said the Irishman 

'But we're too far in!' said the Scotsman

All three checked their phones for reception

The Joke is a new play from comedy award winner Will Adamsdale – and company – exploring jokes and why we tell them, countries and why we need (and despair of) them, and life and why we bother. And tic tacs.

Directing support from Joe Hill-Gibbins.


Commissioned by Unity Theatre. Funded by Arts Council England. 

Venue: Theatre
Age suitability: 12+


11th May 2016

You might like...

Stage on Screen

National Theatre Live – Romeo & Juliet

(12A) 100MINS

Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley star in this bold film which brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre, in which desire,...

Book now
Stage on Screen

National Theatre Live – Jack Absolute Flies Again

(15) 171MINS

From the writer of One Man, Two Guvnors comes a hilarious new play, Jack Absolute Flies Again, set in 1940s British summertime. After an aerial...

Book now
Family Entertainment

The Gingerbread Man

14 Dec Starts 1.30pm, Tickets £10 | 15 Dec (Pyjama Performance), Starts 5.30pm, Tickets £10 | 16 to 22 Dec, Starts 1pm & 5pm, Tickets...

Book now

Supported by