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Review of Teechers at the Churchill Theatre Bromley

The new academic year means it’s time to head back to school as Guildford Fringe Theatre Company present a raucous, robust production of John Godber’s razor-sharp comedy Teechers.

Flirty, feisty and very funny, join fifth form students Gail, Hobby and Salty who, through their end-of-term play, tell the hilarious story of an idealistic new drama teacher during his perilous first days inside a rough local comprehensive school.

Staffroom politics, recalcitrant classes and obstructive caretakers are exposed in this fast-moving, highly entertaining classroom comedy, evoking the trials and tribulations of life in a modern school – for teachers and teenagers alike.

Teechers
At Churchill Theatre Bromley (Studio)
TUE 3 – SAT 8 SEPTEMBER
https://churchilltheatre.co.uk/Online/

Author

  • John Groves

    John Groves studied singing with Robert Easton and conducting with Clive Timms. He was lucky enough to act in the British premiere of a Strindberg play at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe more years ago than he cares to remember, as well as singing at the Royal Opera House - once! He taught drama and music at several schools, as well as examining the practical aspects of GCSE and A level drama for many years. For twenty five years he has conducted a brass band as well as living on one of the highest points of East Sussex surrounded by woodland, deer, foxes and badgers, with kites and buzzards flying overhead.

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