Book Now: 71 Coltman Street @ Hull Truck

71 Coltman Street by Richard Bean and pre-play Alumni Reception
Hull Truck Theatre | Tuesday 1st March | 7pm | £15
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Join us at Hull Truck to see the latest play by University of Hull Hon Grad Richard Bean (The Hypocrite and One Man, Two Guvnors). 71 Coltman Street is an hilarious and irreverent comedy that takes us back to the 70s and Hull Truck Theatre’s origin story. It is a roaring combination of musical, cabaret, farce and drama. Join us for a celebration of where it all began…

Join us before the play for refreshments and the chance to hear from Richard Bean himself.

Tickets are £15, offered to us at a discounted rate. This performance is relaxed which means there is a more relaxed attitude to additional noise and movement in the theatre – useful for those with disabilities, anxiety, neurodiversity.


About the play

‘I want theatre to be sweaty, exciting, unpredictable…’

Mike Bradwell is on a mission to revolutionise British theatre. He’s sick of fancy plays by dead blokes and wants to tell stories about real people, living real lives. And it doesn’t get more real than Hull.

In a freezing cold house on Coltman Street, a motley crew of unemployed actors gather to improvise a play with no name, no plot, no budget and no bookings.

Richard Bean’s (The Hypocrite, One Man, Two Guvnors) hilarious and irreverent comedy takes us back to the 70s and Hull Truck Theatre’s origin story. It is a roaring combination of musical, cabaret, farce and drama. Join us for a celebration of where it all began…

71 Coltman Street by Richard Bean and pre-play Alumni Reception
Hull Truck Theatre | Tuesday 1st March | 7pm | £15
Book Now

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