Stella Europa by Ian Grant £13.50/£10

21st – 25th April, Tues – Sat 7pm, Sat Mat 3pm

Who speaks for Europe – hard right, muffled left or…?

A new play for our times by Ian Grant

Stella Herbert believes passionately in the values of Europe and detests the politics of the far-right. Nicholas Formio, leader of the British Independence Party, targets the General Election in May 2015. Ally Erskine, one of Stella’s students, and John Dove, a charismatic poet/lecturer, urge Stella to stand for Parliament against Formio.


Ally feels demeaned by Stella; Stella does not know she loves John; John (the lover of Lady Mary, Stella’s mother) has social pretensions but no money.   Ally sucks John into the worlds of pornography and passport-trafficking.   Stella takes on Formio in the May 2015 election campaign and the British establishment and the Shoreditch underbelly collide.


This is now, this is what is happening in the Spring of 2015.   UKIP is gaining momentum, the case for Britain in Europe is on the back foot, who speaks?


Director – Nathan Markiewicz

Executive Producer – Ian Grant

Produced by Creative Structure in association with Infinite Space.



Preview April 21st 2015 7.00 pm – £10.00/£6.50 concs

April 22nd – 25th 2015 7.00 pm – £13.50/£10.00 concs

April 25th matinée 3.00 pm – £13.50/£10.00 concs

The play runs for 1 hour 45 minutes without an interval

There is charge of £0.50 for credit card bookings.   Tickets booked online must be collected 15mins before showtime. Cash tickets are available for 30 mins at the box office.

Over 16’s only, limited access for people with disabilities, no admittance for latecomers.


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