The Bastard King

The Bastard King

August 2017
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Comedy sketch group The Awkward Silence bring you their new show: a tale of bloodshed, progeny and greed. In Etherium the discovery of a newborn baby, by blood the rightful heir to the throne, throws the kingdom into chaos. This can only end in war. This can only end in carnage. This can only end in lots of laughs because it’s a great show!

The Awkward Silence has been awarded 5 stars by The New Current; shortlisted for BBC Writer’s Prize and nominated for Writers’ Guild Award

  • Thu 21 Sep 7:30 PM £10.00

Book Tickets

  • Thu 21 September 7:30 PM

By The Awkward Silence

Age guideline: 14+

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