BUCKET LIST IN LONDON: ROUND-UP BUCKET LIST IS NOMINATED FOR AN OFF WEST END AWARD: BEST ENSEMBLE We have had a wonderful first week with BUCKET LI

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BUCKET LIST IN LONDON: ROUND-UP

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BUCKET LIST IS NOMINATED FOR AN OFF WEST END AWARD: BEST ENSEMBLE

We have had a wonderful first week with BUCKET LIST at Battersea Arts Centre with great reviews, full houses and a nomination for an Offie (Off West End Award) for Best Ensemble.

We also had the fabulous Alex Brenner taking some new production shots of our lovely new cast and Liran Fisher edited a trailer for the production which you can see here in this newsletter!

We will be at Battersea Arts Centre until 4th March and tickets are selling fast so book in advance to avoid disappointment. BOOK HERE

CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO SEE THE BUCKET LIST TRAILER

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BUCKET LIST TRAILER BY LIRAN FISHER

THE REVIEWS ARE IN FOR BUCKET LIST

NOMINATED FOR AN OFF WEST END AWARD FOR BEST ENSEMBLE

The Morning Star ★★★★

'The truth behind this international trade deal, as told by this play, is so disturbing it deserves to be widely seen'

London Theatre1 ★★★★★

'Spectacular shows like Bucket List that are pivotal in giving women like Milagros a voice during our on-going, uncertain fight for freedom'

Theatre Bubble ★★★★★

'this is a labour of love pieced together by a team aware of its pertinence'

The Peg ★★★★

'Theatrical Prowess and Fiction in its Realest Form'

Pocket Size Theatre ★★★★

'An actual and thought-provoking piece of theatre'

Londonist ★★★★

'Bucket List takes you to a faraway Mexican town to show you the impact of your little luxuries back home — and it should be top of your list'

A Younger Theatre

'An anti-fairy tale'

"Arts Must Be At The Forefront Of The Fight Against Fascism"

A blog for the Huffington Post by Co-Artistic Director Nir Paldi

"Bucket List feels more vivid in London than it did in Edinburgh"

A blog for What'sOnStage by Co-Artistic Director Nir Paldi

"Interestingly (and also quite horrifyingly) we are 7 women on stage, and that is the exact number of women that go ‘missing’ in Mexico every single day..."

A blog by performers Charli Dubery and Deborah Pugh for ThisWeek London about Bucket List

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Following the London run we will be touring the UK until May: the first tour dates are below...

07 Mar | Bristol Grammar School, Bristol (with Bristol Old Vic Ferment)

1532 Performing Arts Centre, Bristol Grammar School, University Rd, Bristol BS8 1SJ | 8pm | £15 Full, £12 Conc | BOOK HERE

10-11 Mar | Heads Up Festival, Hull

Venue, Times and Prices TBC | BOOK HERE

14 – 16 Mar | The North Wall, Oxford

South Parade, Oxford OX2 7JN | Tues & Weds 8pm, Thurs 1.30pm | £16 (£13 concs, £10 members) | BOOK HERE

17 – 18 Mar | Platform 8 Festival, Peterborough

The Undercroft, Serpentine Green, Hampton, PE7 8DE | Tickets £20 (Dinner & a Show), £11 (standard), £6 (conc) *£1 early bird discount upto 1 March | Sat 18 March BSL Interpreted performance and pre/post-show live music | www.jumpeduptheatre.com

Please see our website for full tour details & where you catch BUCKET LIST near you...

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Bucket List is supported by Arts Council England, co-commissioned by Bristol Old Vic, Battersea Arts Centre, The Lowry, The North Wall, Redbridge Drama Centre, Salisbury Playhouse, Theatre in the Mill, Theatre Bench and Anglo Arts.

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Photos by Alex Brenner

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Meet Fred’s London debut runs at the Little Angel Theatre, 1–5 March.

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★★★★★ “If you only see one show at the EdFringe this year, make sure you see Meet Fred” Fringe Review

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