The subtitle for Tasmin Oglesby’s punchy play interrogating the education system could well be #checkyourprivilege. But it manages this without lecturing, or schooling, or being shouty. Instead, with a playground set, Rob Brydon as everyone’s favourite teacher, and a group of scooter-holding yummy and disgruntled mummies, it drills into educational inequalities and absurd policies with real humour and sensitivity.


Your student loan is running low, you dread your parents discovering your overdraft or you really might have to quit the part time job. You just graduated and you’ve got a hectic portfolio of part time arts jobs. Have you ever wondered where you can get cheap theatre tickets for students and young people? Do you ever ask, can I afford to go to the theatre? With these tips, the theatre, opera and arts will seem more affordable.