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Anyone's Guess How We Got Here

Ticket Information

Prices: £12.50, conc £10.50 & under 26s £5

Members: 50% off. 

Anyone's Guess How We Got Here

Thursday 28 Jun 2018 7:30pm

Tags: Theatre

Barrel Organ presents Anyone's Guess How We Got Here. 

'He didn’t respond, he held his breath, moved the sofa away from the wall, lay down in the gap made between, and hid'.

She’s standing in what used to be her bedroom. She’s come back to reclaim what she buried.

On debt, eviction, childhood, the thing under the floorboards and what remains, long after you’ve paid it off.

After multi award-winning Nothing and Some People Talk About Violence, Barrel Organ return with their third show. Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here is a road-trip. A haunted-house. A bedtime story. A photo-album. An ‘80s fantasy film. A demolition project.

Commissioned by and developed at Camden People’s Theatre, with support from Manchester Royal Exchange and Arts Council England.

Running time: 1 hour. 


‘Unsettling and intriguingly disruptive’ ★★★★ THE STAGE

‘Gripping… An inventive and unnerving hour that counts the cost of debt’ ★★★★ WHAT’S ON STAGE

‘This young company are the future’ THE GUARDIAN

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