This Week – A View From the Bridge, 88mph: A Time Travel Sketch Show, and Banged Up!

This Week – A View From the Bridge, 88mph: A Time Travel Sketch Show, and Banged Up!

Hello all!

With the end of Week 5 in sight, it’s the perfect time to head down to Pembroke New Cellars to catch the exciting shows we have on this week! This week’s mainshow is Arthur Miller’s ‘A View from the Bridge’ and we have two fantastic sketch shows, ’88mph’ and ‘Banged Up!’ as our lateshows. See details below and book your tickets!

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A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, by Arthur Miller

7:00pm, Tue 8th November 2016 – Sat 12th November 2016, at Pembroke New Cellars

Something terrible has happened. Rewind.

Shadowed under the gaze of the Brooklyn Bridge: Eddie Carbone, his wife Beatrice and their orphaned niece, Catherine. Catherine has lived her life under the shelter of her aunt and the watchful eye of her uncle. Even the proposition to accept a job is begrudgingly met. Meanwhile, Beatrice’s cousins, Marco and Rodolpho, have arrived from Italy having entered the country illegally.

As jealousy enters the ring, and the self destructive fragility of humanity is pushed to its limits, witness tragedy emerge from the ruins. A thrilling journey for all, absorb yourself in one of the most intense plays ever written.

88MPH: A TIME TRAVEL SKETCH SHOW

9:30pm, Tue 8th November 2016 – Wed 9th November 2016, at Pembroke New Cellars

Tom Evans is a brilliant particle physicist and a middling sketch comedian. Determined to put on a sketch show, but lacking in ideas, he does what any sensible individual would: he builds a time machine to travel time and space for inspiration. Together with the help of his friends this is the show they create.

But isn’t time travel notoriously dangerous? What is really motivating Tom? And did he really get with Cleopatra? Come and find out!

BANGED UP!

9:30pm, Thu 10th November 2016 – Sat 12th November 2016, at Pembroke New Cellars

Three people are being held in custody for crimes they allege they did not commit. Telling each other their stories, they work back and try to find out how they all got banged up. Are they really all innocent? Are they part of some bigger conspiracy? And where have all the bees gone?

Come and find out in this clever and fast-paced narrative comedy, full of great laughs and crazy characters.

 

We hope to see you at New Cellars soon!