The headteacher’s office of a south London primary school is always busy. But today is results day and the phone won’t stop ringing. Jo, the headteacher of St. Barnabas, knows that the arrival of the school’s SATs results puts her job on the line. With the future of the school and its pupils at stake, Jo struggles to maintain order as her staff and superiors demand answers. Can she protect her students and herself?
antic | face is proud to present this sharp, wry and timely drama. Set against the backdrop of an education system in turmoil, Alex MacKeith’s debut play asks what it means to be a primary school teacher in contemporary Britain.
Composer & Sound Designer
Emma Hall & Jo Nash
Friday 10th February
Q&A | Reflection on the Play with Director, Playwright and Head Teacher from St Andrew’s (Barnsbury) Church of England Primary School | 9.40pm
Monday 13th February
Post Show Discussion with Cast, Director and Playwright | 9.40pm
Tuesday 21st February
Drama Workshop for schools prior to performance | 2.30pm
Photos by Guy Bell
Concession prices are available Mon-Thu and for all matinee performances.