The Last Post
G Live, Guildford
Saturday 23 July 2016, 3pm & 7pm
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Join us in July for a beautiful and unusual piece of theatre. Kilter Theatre’s The Last Post , is set in the last mobile sorting office in England, a tiny and glorious setting for a tiny and glorious story.
Surrounded by postage paraphernalia from a much-travelled life you’ll meet Verity, the irrepressible heiress of an international pen-pal agency, and Red, a redundant Post-Master. Witness the unwrapping of their curious love story, accompanied by live music, provided by Tomaz (who arrived one day in a jiffy bag).
As an onlooker in their intimate world (only 18 audience members are admitted), you will be transported through a love story told with humour, joy and exquisite charm.
Following the play you’re invited to stay for a tot of sherry and a rummage in the stationary supplies before hopping onto a vintage typewriter or picking up a quill to write that letter you’ve been meaning to send. If you need some inspiration you can pick up a postcard from the ‘Friends for Pens’ pin-board and write to a real life recipient who is waiting for your letter.
Suitable for ages 11+
Please note the Mobile Sorting Office 451 will be located outside our Bellerby Studio, and seating is unreserved.
*A 50 pence per ticket booking fee applies, capped at six per order. Fee-free booking for G Live Friends; Groups of 8+ please call 01483 369 350 to buy fee-free.