London Bridge | Theatre

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The Beth, an old fashioned cradle-to-grave hospital serving a town on the edge of the Pennines, is threatened with closure as part of an NHS efficiency drive. Meanwhile, a documentary crew eager to capture its fight for survival follows the daily struggle to find beds on the Dusty Springfield Geriatric Ward, and the triumphs of the old people’s choir (newest member: the Pudsey Nightingale).

Alan Bennett’s new play is as sharp as The History Boys and as funny as The Lady in the Van.

 

General Information

  www.bridgetheatre.co.uk

Ticket Prices

Seated tickets: £65, £50, £35, £25, £15
Reduced prices for previews and midweek matinees
Premium tickets available

Young Bridge members can access an exclusive allocation of £15 tickets in Gallery 3 by logging into their account.

Performance Schedule

Monday to Saturday 7.45pm, Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm

Length

Approx 2 hours 35 minutes (including 20 minute interval)

Location

The Bridge Theatre, 3 Potters Fields Park, London SE1 2SG

 

General Enquiries
Email: info@bridgetheatre.co.uk
Call: 0333 320 0052*

Box Office
Email: boxoffice@bridgetheatre.co.uk 
Call:0333 320 0051*

Membership
Email: members@bridgetheatre.co.uk
Call: 0333 320 0050*

Access
Email: access@bridgetheatre.co.uk
Call: 0333 320 0051*

Groups
Email: groups@bridgetheatre.co.uk
Call:0333 320 0051*

*Phone-lines open daily 9am to 9pm

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