The Plague

Dates and Times

Wed 25 March 2020 at 9pm

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Ticket information

£12/£10 (concession)

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Presented by Notes from Underground

Am I a perfectionist? Eh, me? No, not really… Nothing I do is anywhere near perfect.  And anyway, perfection doesn’t really exist.  It would be ridiculous to persistently chase the impossible… No, not for me, thanks.  I’m a realist.  I like my misery to be rooted in something more concrete…

And so begins the unravelling of self-delusion.  The exhilaration that is roller derby, a legend of a Chinese doctor, the reluctant surrender to the benefits of Google, devastating physical fractures, insolent psychological martyrdom and the ups, downs, lefts, rights and wrongs of the expected emotional pilgrimage through any respectable narrative, all make an appearance.

It’s a painful and slightly needless ramble, but misery likes company so humour pops in too.

In the words of the best cults, ‘join us…’


This performance contains themes of depression and references to suicidal thoughts. To read the detailed synopsis with the content to consider, please click here. 


The company does not feel the performance requires any 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

Notes from Underground is a genre-fusion musical project. Drawing influences from symphonic movements, jazz greats, folkloric griots, classic literature and physical theatre, they combine contemporary classical with borderline jazz and new world over hip hop breaks and Afro-Brazilian rhythms.

They integrate elements of movement and sometimes storytelling into their sets.  They aim to engage thoughtfully and captivate emotionally, whilst encouraging empathy.  They are attempting to revitalise the standard into a dishevelled but coherent form of expression.  Expect driving beats, exquisite melodies and intoxicating live shows… | Instagram: notesfromundergroundmusic | #notesfromunderground

Upcoming Performances

Wed 25 Mar, 2020
9:00 pm