Mrs Delgado at Old Fire Station is a world premiere from Olivier Award-winner Mike Bartlett.
Helen, along with 67 million other people, is in lockdown. Unfortunately, Helen’s nearest neighbour, Mrs Delgado, is not.
Mike Bartlett’s funny and poignant new play tells a story of desire, control, raised blinds and lowered boundaries.
Performed by acclaimed actor Rakhee Sharma and directed by Olivier Award-winner Clare Lizzimore.
A major new premiere, created just for Oxford by the team who brought you Snowflake.
“(Mike Bartlett) is one of the prime movers in a new golden generation of British playwrights” —The Independent
Duration: 1.5 hours approximately
Timings: 7.30pm (+2.30pm on Thursdays and Saturdays)
If the show is cancelled or you’re unable to attend due to COVID-19, you will be refunded in full.
The play will be live-streamed on Saturday 11 & Tuesday 14 December. Click here to book.
The Old Fire Station is a centre for creativity in Oxford, housing two organisations: the homelessness charity Crisis and Arts at the Old Fire Station (AOFS). AOFS encourages people from all backgrounds to understand and shape the world we live in through stories, creativity and the arts and by connecting with others.