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See a play for a fiver at Armley’s Interplay Theatre

With skilful storytelling, playful comedy and an original soundtrack, a fast-paced new show at Interplay Theatre in Armley will chart a morally ambiguous quest for peace and wellbeing in a chaotic time. Harriet Meeuwissen-True writes…

Concession rate tickets (£5) will be given to anyone in active recovery or with an LS12 (Armley) postcode to come see If I Say Jump at Interplay Theatre by Common Chorus, in association with Little Mighty.

Jenny’s a vicar. But she’s got problems. Her creepy ex-husband keeps sending her flowers – every day. The church hall is being renovated by a dodgy builder, who’s being investigated by the police. And her best friend Danny has turned up in the vestry with a gun.

Danny’s an addict. He’s got anger issues. And he’s just had a fight with his best mate Benson. So when he turns to the church will Jenny be able to do the right thing? And does she even know what that is?

If I Say Jump confronts the unexpected consequences of the snap decisions we make when things get stressful. A contemporary western set in Barnsley, it’s for anyone who ever asked “why on earth did I just do that?”

Suitable for ages 12+ and will be held from 7.30pm-9.30pm on Thursday, 10th May 2018 at Interplay Theatre in Armley Ridge Road.

To claim your concession rate £5 tickets go to the Interplay website, make sure you select concession rate ticket and at checkout, enter the code: RECOVERY.


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