[Cancelled] SPILLAGE!

Dates and Times

Tue 24 March 2020 at 9pm

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Ticket information

£12/£10 (concession)

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Due to government advice relating to the Coronavirus outbreak, this event is no longer taking place. 

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Presented by Stewart Taylor

One stressed man. A cup of coffee.
The end of the world as he knows it…
Ever get those Monday morning blues?
Deadlines piling up, tasks increasing and the Boss on your back?
But you keep going. Keep the Faith, keep your Fate and, most important, keep your Face.
Keep telling everyone you’re okay. You’re OK! Until…

SPILLAGE! is about control, and what happens when we lose it.

Written & performed by Stewart Taylor & directed by Anna Carr, SPILLAGE! fuses spoken word, physical comedy & puppetry in a playful roller coaster ride to the limits of one man’s ability to cope. It is a darkly funny exploration of stress, anxiety & our perceptions of failure.

“A terrifically original play that spirals a simple coffee spillage into a part clown, part poetry, part puppetry stream of consciousness.” – Sam Hodges, NSTheatres

Supported by Arts Council England, The Point, Eastleigh, NST Theatres,


This show contains references to stress and anxiety. The recommended age rating is 14+


The company believe this performance requires no health warnings.

If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by calling 0207 419 4841 or email James, our General Manager on [email protected].

About the company

SPILLAGE! is a collaboration between Spoken Word Performer Stewart Taylor, Theatre Maker Anna Carr and Producer Sam Gilroy. We make shows that use a splattering of art forms and comedy to shine a light on our need to play.

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Image credit (c) Rachel Adams

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