by Simon Mawdsley

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Philip is going through a messy divorce. To make himself some money and give his life a boost of adrenalin, he devises a cunning scheme to rob a West End department store. Needing help, he enlists John and Dave - two fellow sales people who could not be more unalike. The plot seems to be going well until John's and Dave's wives join forces to investigate their husband's odd behaviour...

With the charm of "The Lavender Hill Mob" and the unlikely believability of the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit Box heist, Audacity will make you laugh out loud... and question your own morals!

With some mild language and comedic violence this play may not be suitable for children.

at the Welsh Church Hall
881 High Road Leytonstone
E11 1HR

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In advance £8 (£5 concessions)
On the door £9 (£6 concessions)
Special rate for parties*

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Fri 8th September 2017, 8pm
Sat 9th September 2017, 2.30pm* and 8pm

Fri 15th September 2017, 8pm
Sat 16th September 2017, 2.30pm and 8pm

*The 2.30pm performance on 9th September will be BSL signed [originally scheduled for 16th September]

*Buy nine tickets, get a tenth full price ticket free. Only available with online bookings. Pay for the full number of tickets online: we will reimburse you the cost of your free ticket(s) at the door

Philip Chamat Arambewela
Dave Liam Flanagan
John Tom Cannon
Gemma Charlotte Payne
Gillian Becky Nicholls
Director Neil Bird
Assistant Director Anna Treadway
Production Manager Danielle Keene
Stage Manager Sarah Flanagan
Lighting and Sound Steve Wess, Keith Boote
Stage Assistant Danielle Keene
Set Construction Steve Cahill-Hayes and the cast
Set Artwork Sharon Trotter
Box Office Phil and Liz Braithwaite
Front of House managers Sharon Trotter, Julie Rickwood, Danielle Keene
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design: Steve Wess