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"I'm not prepared to be the minister who consigned Nelson's column to the North Sea"
Massive flooding has already destroyed Bristol and now threatens to sink the UK, from its coastline to its capital. We see these events chiefly through the eyes of a bright young climatologist, somewhat reluctantly recruited by an increasingly desperate, newly elected Tory Government. Putting his case to Whitehall ministers, our protagonist finds himself the victim of departmental rivalries and cautious advisers; when action is finally taken, will it be too late to avert a national crisis?
First performed in 2009 at the Bush Theatre, Resilience is genuinely chilling in its prediction of events that have happened since, and even more so as a prediction of a not unrealistic future.
Please note: This production contains strong language throughout.
the Welsh Church Hall
Fri 20 May 8pm
Sat 21 May 2.30pm and 8pm
Fri 27 May 8pm
Sat 28 May 2.30pm and 8pm
The 2.30pm performance on Saturday 28th May will be BSL signed
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