How long can a kid kick a ball against a garden fence for
Two west country plonkers return to suburbia and wreak havoc on childhood dreams and a system they believed would bring them future opportunity.
Confined within a car for most of the journey, old secrets are aired out and open questions are asked about who they have become since leaving the suburbs. They fight, spit, cry and kill but still find it hard to accept their feelings are only human
Supported by Bristol Old Vic Ferment.
Poll Function transfers to The Pleasance, Islington on 23rd to 28th February.
“. . . dirty and hilarious, and punctuated with moments of real poetic beauty . . . “
– BROADWAY BABY
” . . . As a piece of social commentary, this is inventive, lyrical and bold . . . “
– THE PUBLIC REVIEWS
|Date:||Saturday 20 February 2016|
|Time:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Venue:||The Quarry Theatre|
|Cost:||£10 (£8 concessions)|
|Age Suitability:||16yrs +|
|Additional Information:||Strong language and adult humour|