Facts not Opinions: Stretched to the Limit
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Step back in time and enter the world’s first Victorian Testing and Experimenting Works on London’s Bankside for an evocative and surreal new site-responsive performance. Expect to be tested to your limits…
Address:Kirkaldy’s Testing Works,
99 Southwark Street,
Post code:SE1 0JF
Tickets:Tickets: £15 for general admission and £5 for Southwark residents (all proceeds will go to the volunteer-led museum at Kirkaldy’s Testing Works). Book here:
Sneak inside one of London’s most unusual locations, after-hours, for a thrilling site-responsive experience.
This spring, Kirkaldy’s Testing Works - an historic, Grade II* former workshop and museum in the heart of Bankside - will open its doors for five exclusive, fun but slightly surreal pop-up performances over three days.
Set in the world’s first independent, commercial materials testing works, audiences will join in with a surprise extravaganza that’s been 200 years in the planning. Come and mingle with eccentric Victorian characters and test your mettle in an entertaining hour-long immersive drama.
By Tube:Southwark | London Bridge | Borough | Waterloo
By Train:London Bridge Station