All hell breaks loose when Harvard professor Charles Nichols invites a contentious white nationalist to his yearly symposium.
His colleagues are very concerned about how this will affect both his and the University’s reputation; his students are vociferously protesting. However, Charles refuses to budge. Is there another agenda?
Penned by Paul Grellong, whose television credits include The Boys and Law & Order: SVU, this moral thriller investigates the thin line between hate and freedom of speech – who bears the ultimate cost? This European premiere, directed by Dominic Dromgoole (who directed Marjorie Prime last year), promises to be one of the most talked-about plays of the year.
Menier Chocolate Factory
The Menier Chocolate Factory is a 180-seat off-West End theatre, which comprises a restaurant, bar and rehearsal rooms.
London Bridge Station is the nearest mainline railway and Underground station (Borough High Street Exit)
381 (Southwark Street), 344 (Southwark Bridge Road).
The venue will open an hour and a half before the start of a performance, which includes the bar and seating area. The theatre will open 30 minutes before the beginning of the performance.
There is a small cloakroom for coats, small bags can be taken into the auditorium with you.
You are advised not to bring large bags to the venue.
Yes there is a bar in the Foyer
Yes, the venue accepts card and cash payments.