THE BOMB – a partial history (in two parts)

Tricycle Theatre

9 Feb – 1 April

The history and future of one of the most pressing issues in global politics is explored in Nicolas Kent's final project as Artistic Director of the Tricycle Theatre, now established as 'the most newsworthy theatre in London' - The Guardian, 2011. 

Presented in two parts (First Blast: Proliferation and Second Blast: Present Dangers) to be seen over two evenings or a full day at the weekend, THE BOMB is a collection of engaging, satirical and dramatic short new plays by internationally acclaimed playwrights debating the nuclear issues, from a 1940s research lab to a post-apocalyptic London. 

WIN TICKETS: We have two pairs of theatre tickets to give away for the First Blast: Proliferation on either 10th or 11th February at 8pm. 

To win please send your email and prefered date for tickets to caroline.crampton@totalpolitics.com with the phrase 'Tricycle competiion' in the subject by 5pm on the 3 February. The winners will be chosen at random and will be contacted by The Tricycle to make arrangements.

The plays are part of THE TRICYCLE GOES NUCLEAR, which will run across the theatre, cinema and galley including an extraordinary international film festival (with cult classics like Dr Strangelove and insightful documentaries like Countdown to Zero), exhibitions with talented artists including Ralph Steadman, and talks with experts including Baroness Shirley Williams.

For more details click here.