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MUST SEE: Class at the Bush Theatre

FIRST PERFORMED at the Dublin Theatre Festival in 2017, Class by Iseult Golden and David Horan opens at the Bush Theatre, London on May 7.

Class is the story of a parent-teacher meeting that flies off the rails. This award-winning show looks at the plight of teachers on the frontline and the pressures of modern masculinity. Funny and beautifully observed, the play had a sold-out run at the Abbey Theatre and won a Fringe First Award at Edinburgh.

The production, which has been labelled as “hugely entertaining” by the Irish Times and “emotionally explosive” by the Mail on Sunday, tells the story of Brian and Donna’s son, Jayden, a nine year old who is struggling. Well, that’s what his teacher says.

Mr McCafferty thinks Jayden should see a psychologist, but Brian and Donna never liked school, never liked teachers. So, are they going to trust this one? And should they?

Class has been celebrated for exploring confrontation voer learning difficulties, love and entitlement in a thoroughly entertaining production. It’s directed by Iseult Golden, an actor, writer and director whose work includes The Roy Rap for the Little Roy Series (Jam Media / CBBC), The Importance of Being Whatever (IFTA Winner 2012) and Belonging to Laura and David Horan, a theatre director and writer.

Additional cast and crew include Stephen Jones, Sarah Morris and Will O’Connell.

Find out more about Class below:

Performances

7 May - 1 June 2019 at 7.30pm (9 May at 7pm)

Sat matinee 11, 18, & 25 May and 1 June at 2.30pm

Wed matinee 15, 22, 29 May at 2.30pm

Audio Described performance – Sat 18 May at 2.30pm

Captioned performance – Thu 23 May at 7.30pm

Tickets priced from £20 (concessions available) can be booked at bushtheatre.co.uk or at the Box Office on 020 8743 5050

Count Me In tickets are just £10 and are available for performances in the theatre. These are unreserved tickets which will be allocated by Box Office on the day of the performance.

You might not be sitting next to people you booked with, but you will be guaranteed a seat. Please Note- there are a limited number of Count Me In tickets for each performance. Early booking is advised.

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