Leeds University Library

Pillbox Theatre presents "Conscientious"

Published Thursday 26 May 2016

Conscientious a play by Pillbox Theatre

A new play about office politics taken to extremes... 8-9 June, 7.30pm, Treasures Gallery

Pillbox Theatre presents Adam Z Robinson's play about the horror of office politics and finding inspiration from First World War conscientious objectors.

Rebekah has just landed her first job. She's everything they should want. Young. Keen. Conscientious.

But Michelle, her office "buddy", is also the office bully and Rebekah's dream job is turning into a nightmare. Desperate, she turns for help to the ideals of her hero, her great-grandfather, a First World War conscientious objector.

When pushed right to the edge, what wins out? Ideals? Or survival?

Adam Z Robinson's play, which toured nationally in 2014, finds the humour and the horror of office politics taken to extremes.

Suitable for ages 14+ (please note there are some adult themes and strong language).

Event details

Date: Wednesday 8 June and Thursday 9 June 2016

Location: Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Parkinson Court, University of Leeds

Time: 7.30 - 9.00pm, doors open at 7.15pm

Cost: £5

Book a ticket for Wednesday's performance

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For further information please contact the Gallery.