Anna Haigh Productions Ltd

In Tents And Purposes

Performed by Alys Metcalf & Roxy Dunn

Guildhall Theatre

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Thu 4 May 2017

Tickets: £11 More price information

This performance runs for 60 mins, no interval. / Stay on for a Post Show Q&A with the performers in the Bar
Running Time: 1 hour - approximate, including any interval(s).

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About the event

Ten years. Two Friends. One fortune-teller.

Viscera Theatre in Association with Anna Haigh Productions present

Ten years. Two Friends. One fortune-teller.

In Tents and Purposes comes fresh from a ★★★★★  star sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and transfer to Soho Theatre. Join Roxy Dunn (C4’s Babylon, BBC Three’s Top Coppers) and Alys Metcalf (Olivier Award-winning The Play That Goes Wrong) as they compete with their egos to tell a comic, time-hopping story exploring whether our lives are predetermined or shaped by our choices.

Stay on for an informal post show Q&A with the performers in the Guildhall Bar, where you can ask any questions that you have about the performance, or the creative processes involved.

Please note that as part of ongoing improvement works, the lift at the Guildhall Theatre is being replaced. This means that customers with tickets to shows during 10th April to 4th June will be affected - you will have to use the stairs to reach the auditorium. Please speak to the Sales & Information team on 01332 255800 if you think you will be affected.

Dates & Tickets

In Tents And Purposes

Thu 4 May 2017, 7:30pm


Prices & Offers


Concessions: £9

Concessions are typically available to over 60s, under 16s, students, unemployed and disabled people. Click through to Buy Tickets for individual prices and availability. Please note that proof may be required on collection of tickets or on entry to the auditorium.


"A breath of fresh air." The Times

"Daft enjoyable meta-theatre comedy." The Guardian

"An hour well spent in the company of two future stars." Sunday Mail

"Very funny stuff and the performances are excellent." Daily Mail

''One of the most enjoyable theatrical experiences I've encountered so far at the Fringe this year.'' The Scotman

"See this show. It's what you've been waiting for. Desperately recommended.'' The Edinburgh Reporter