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Image Credit: courtesy of the Park Theatre
Image Credit: courtesy of the Park Theatre

The View From Nowhere at the Park Theatre

A new play that's dangerously close to the truth.

27 June 2017 – 22 July 2017 | Visit website | Book tickets

The View From Nowhere, a new play by Chuck Anderson, is based on the terrifyingly not-quite-fictional fact that a lot of herbicides and pesticides used to grow our food have potentially devastating side effects.

Biochemist Prez - a dreadlocked, Bowie-lookalike, irreverent biochemist - discovers that a leading herbicide is carcinogenic. With his career on the line, Prez goes all out to prove his findings are right.

The View From Nowhere is on at the Park Theatre from June 27 - July 22. Tickets from £18.
 

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