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Blue Elephant Theatre, London

Friday, 5 Apr - Sunday, 7 Apr

£7.50 - £10.00

tether

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1: to fasten or confine (an animal) with a rope or chain so as to restrict its movement.

2:Digital Technology. to use (an electronic device, usually a smartphone or tablet) to enable a wireless Internetconnection on another nearby device, often a laptop.

Crossing between the Virtual and the Real, ‘Tethered’ follows Alice’s struggle with self-identity as her world degenerates around her.

This is the first staging of Tethered, the debut play of Contents May Differ which skilfully combines live music, physical theatre and moments of realism.

 

 

Pricing and availability

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Venue

Blue Elephant Theatre

Bethwin Road

London

SE5 0XT

If you have any access requirements, please contact us on 020 7701 0100 or [email protected]. Our theatre space is on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible but our bar is upstairs and unfortunately is not.

Ticket additional information

Concessions are available to students, people over 65 and those receiving unemployment or disability benefits. Please bring proof of entitlement.

Please bring proof of living in Southwark if you book a discounted Southwark resident ticket.

Please note that we cannot issue refunds once tickets are bought. Please contact Blue Elephant Theatre directly if you wish to switch nights, which may be possible subject to availability.

Our bar and our box office open one hour before the show starts.

Please do not be late as we may be unable to admit latecomers.

                                                  

***Special offer***

Ticket Holders can avail of an exclusive offer from our new neighbours Golazio at 59 Camberwell Road. Show them your booking confirmation to get an Italian Craft Beer and large slice of pizza for £7!

 

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Organiser

Blue Elephant Theatre

Blue Elephant Theatre produces an eclectic programme of new work across the performing arts from physical and dance theatre to new writing and revamped classics.