WHISKEY AND SODA – PROVISIONAL DATES
Friday 14th and Saturday 15th August 2020
Theses are the provisional dates agreed for Whiskey and Soda. As soon as the Government relaxes the rules on social isolation the box office will contact ticket holders offering them the opportunity to transfer their bookings to the new date. If this is not possible you will be offered;
PART OF A SEASON OF FOUR NEW PLAYS.
See all 4 for the price of 3. Call the Box Office to book this special offer – 01424-423221
It is December 17th, 1979. Margaret Thatcher is visiting Washington D.C. Whilst preparing for her first speech at the White House, she invites a guest for drinks. The guest is John Lennon.
Thatcher has a deal for John that could change the course of his life. With her typical wit she tries to persuade the singer to accept her offer. Their fears of the past and their dreams of the future come to the surface. It is these powerful beliefs and their force of personality that leads to a dramatic and explosive finale.
Shortly after, John would go onto to write his last but legendary album, Double Fantasy and Margaret would deliver to the White House one of her most notorious speeches. Was it all because of these drinks…?