The Guardian “superb…a show with brains and a heart”
Time Out “a beautiful, delicate piece of theatre”
Financial Times “on the way back from the show I watched a real ambulance on call with renewed admiration”
It’s 7:03pm on the front-line of the NHS ambulance service.
Sylvia is on her last shift. Lisa is on her first.
The two women patrol the city streets, encountering the full spectrum of human experience.
A once in a life time journey into the world of the paramedic, where the audience are invited into the back of a moving ambulance to witness all that comes with a night shift.
A life-affirming tale of friendship and kindness from the most unlikely of places.
Important notes for bookers
This performance takes place in a moving vehicle.
The age recommendation is 14+.
Due to limited space wheelchair bookings are limited to one per performance and must be booked by phone. Please call Katie Walker (Monday-Friday 10:30-6:30) knowing the width of your wheelchair as larger sizes may not be able to be accommodated.
PAYG memberships are not valid for this production.
Russell Woodhead and Jack Lowe