Like There's No Tomorrow

The Belgrade Young Company presents

Like There's No Tomorrow

Created by the company with Justine Themen, Claire Procter and Liz Mytton

Monday 9 to Sat 14 March 2020

  • Presented at B2 stage
  • Tickets: From £6

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The latest mobile phone. A new dress for the party. A second car.

Maru’s parents have worked hard for their money. They’ve earned their right to a little comfort.

But the pollution in the air means that Maru can hardly breathe and she can’t bear that no one can see the connection.

And to add insult to injury, the local mayor plans to build on the park she played in as a child.

When a mysterious crack appears through the middle of Maru’s home town, someone has to sit up and take notice.

The Belgrade’s Young Company brings together a group of the city’s most talented young performers. Following on from the success of the last Young Company show Rise in 2017/18, Like There’s No Tomorrow gives voice to young people’s concerns about the climate and asks whether we should care about the earth we live on.

Contains some strong language.

Commissioned by National Theatre.

Electric ZOO proudly supports the Belgrade during the run of the Belgrade’s Young Company’s Like There’s No Tomorrow.

Mon 9 Mar 6:30pm
Tue 10 Mar 6:30pm Sold Out
Wed 11 Mar 6:30pm Limited Availability
Thu 12 Mar 2:30pm
Thu 12 Mar 6:30pm
Fri 13 Mar 6:30pm Limited Availability
Sat 14 Mar 2:30pm
Sat 14 Mar 6:30pm

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