Sunday 10 August 2014

Tricycle audience reject criticism of the theatre management

Last night at the Tricycle Theatre in Kilburn two audience members stood up just as the perfomance was about to begin.

According to others present one of them said, "I apologise for interrupting but with the recent actions of the Tricycle Theatre we are boycotting this performance."

To my source's amazement, the whole theatre spontaneously responded with loud shouts of, "Go, go, get out." One woman was heard to say, "Let's hope no children were killed today."


1 comment:

Meg Howarth said...

Goes to show the Tricycle Theatre audience has better judgement than the Guardian's - anonymous, of course - leader writer for Saturday's editorial which claims that 'the theatre has made a bad error of judgment'

Perhaps the theatre would like to invite the Guardian writer to a live discussion?