Take a break-neck, darkly comic and taboo busting journey into an overstretched NHS hospital with Pipeline Theatre’s critically acclaimed play Drip, Drip, Drip which is coming to Pocklington Arts Centre (PAC) on Wednesday 6 March.
Drip, Drip, Drip tells the story of a chaotic NHS emergency ward where a bewildered trainee nurse from Eritrea and a newly arrived Muslim doctor are treating David – cancer patient, discredited academic, and racist.
A life ebbs, reality splinters. But the most pressing reality of all is that Professor David Jeffs has a lecture to finish, and time is running out.
PAC director, Janet Farmer, said: “Pipeline Theatre are known for their indelible characters and emotive storytelling. They have a reputation for tackling some really thought provoking, cutting edge, and tough themes so their latest production Drip, Drip, Drip is the perfect addition to our live theatre offering this spring. This production is a must for anyone who loves provocative theatre, exploring race issues, the NHS, or hobnobs!”
Drip, Drip, Drip comes to PAC on Wednesday 6 March, 7.30pm and is suitable for ages 14 and over. There will be a post-show Q&A with the cast. Free tea and Hobnobs will be available before the show.