Beaufort Players Amateur Drama Group proudly present...

Clown Nation

An original dystopian comedy by Jane Quill

24th–27th July 2019

Clown Nation is inspired by some really irritating developments in the corporate or working environment. Automated switchboards, hot desking, the annihilation of the individual, Carillion, Philip Green, the banking crisis, fake news, the Brexit chaos. Love of money and power is the driver of a lot of these and as a nation we get what we deserve unless we refuse to accept it.

That, however, is increasingly hard to do.

PLEASE NOTE: This play contains violence and strong language. It is not suitable for children.

Performances take place at the Church of the Ascension Hall in Beaufort Road, Ealing W5 3EB (Map) on:

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