Death of England: Delroy Tickets

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@sohoplace Theatre
4 Soho Place, London, W1D 3BG
Running Time 1hr 30mins
Running Since Sat, 27 July 2024
Booking Until Sat, 28 September 2024
Monday - 19:30
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday 15:30 19:30
Thursday 15:30 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday - 19:30
Sunday - -

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Exhilarating, profoundly moving, funny but furious, and deeply theatrical, Death of England: Delroy is the searing story of a Black working-class man searching for truth and confronting his relationship with Britain.

Unapologetically upwardly mobile and working as a bailiff, Delroy’s life spirals out of control on one surreal day as he races to get to the hospital where his girlfriend Carly is about to give birth.

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@sohoplace Theatre

4 Soho Place, London, W1D 3BG
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The opening production of @sohoplace will be The New Vic’s much acclaimed production Marvellous, directed by Theresa Heskins. The New Vic theatre is the oldest purpose built, in-the-round theatre in the UK and @sohoplace is the first new West End theatre in 50 years, with a flexible, 602-seat auditorium, purpose built and opening in-the-round.

Growing up in the 1950’s in less enlightened times, Neil Baldwin was not expected to be a success. But Neil decided he was destined to do wonderful things and that his life was going to be marvellous. And it is.

He hitchhiked across the country, became a famous clown, got an honorary degree from Keele University, was appointed Stoke City’s legendary kit man, appeared on the Queen’s New Year Honours list and accepted a BAFTA award for the film made about his life. A friend to anyone he meets, he became a local hero and an inspiration to the world. A reminder to us all not to let anything stand in the way of your dreams, just go out and make them happen.