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DOUBLE BILL. Dan Kelly: How I Came Third in the North Korean Marathon & An Evening with Tara Boland

Dan Kelly: How I Came Third in the North Korean Marathon

What happens when you try to run 26.2 miles in the most secretive nation on earth? What happens when you run out of malt loaf the night before the big race? What happens when you hit the wall in front of 50,000 people? In April 2018 Dan finished third in the North Korean Marathon and in this (very) funny and (entirely) true story he tells you all about it. It's about North Korea, marathon running, clams and last-minute snack shortages.

Directed by Joseph Morpurgo, co-creator of 5-star smash-hit Austentatious.

An Evening with Tara Boland

Strap in for miniature Miley Cyrus music videos, a grown up woman dancing to Sia’s Chandelier and the sexiest Marilyn Monroe impression you’ve ever god damn seen in an hour of laugh out loud weirdness and wonderfulness.

Familiar, silly and a little bit of willy.

Directed by Matthew Blake (How to Win Against History). Supported by Camden People’s Theatre.

‘high-energy and superbly funny… a delight to behold’**** - The Up Coming

‘Giddy, irreverent, absurd and familiar’**** - The Stage

Press for Previous Work

‘Nothing Short of magical’ - ***** The List

‘Slick and brilliantly funny’ - **** Everything Theatre

‘Comprehensively startling’ - ***** All Edinburgh Theatre

COVID-19 Safety
We encourage patrons to wear a mask while moving around the building and when seated in the theatre.

Seating is not socially distanced. The theatre is ventilated before and after every performance with regular and thorough cleaning of touch points. Hand sanitiser and face masks are available onsite.

We regret that our theatre is up a flight of stairs with no wheelchair access available.