Death of England: Closing Time Tickets

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@sohoplace Theatre
4 Soho Place, London, W1D 3BG
Running Time TBC
Running Since Wed, 28 August 2024
Booking Until Sat, 28 September 2024
Save Up To 45%
Valid all performances 22 August - 14 September 2024

Book By 16 July 2024
Monday - -
Tuesday 14:30 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday 14:30 19:30
Friday - -
Saturday - 20:00
Sunday - -

More about Death of England: Closing Time

Exhilarating, profoundly moving, funny but furious, and deeply theatrical, Death of England: Closing Time follows a mother and daughter-in law who grieve the loss of the family shop.

Their dreams destroyed, Denise and Carly are left to pick up the pieces of their relatives’ mistakes.

This thought-provoking drama explores family dynamics, race, colonialism and cancel culture, and highlights the fact that there are always two sides to every story…

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