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The Majority

Closed October 1, 2017

Bullet Catch's star presents his new show tackling democracy!

Why See The Majority?

The new one-man show by the Bullet-Catcher

Part of the National Theatre's drive in 2017/18 to feature equality in voices on stage, Rob Drummond returns to the stage with a brand-new show that explores democracy in a one-man format. Famed for his infamous show Bullet Catch, in which he displayed the most deadly "magic trick" in stage history on a nightly basis, Drummond's new target, forgive the pun, is in fact about politics within democratic society. It may not contain the danger of a bullet catch, but Drummond assures us that it will be thrilling and thoughtworthy!

First appearing at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2012, Bullet Catch went on to travel the world to critical praise in 2013, following its world premiere at Glasgow Arches. Exploring magic, history of trickery and notorious stories, it culminated in the hair-raising trick, where audiences were transfixed, albeit with a dark desire to see it go wrong. Now that he moves onto politics, what could possibly be dangerous? Watch this space....

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Dates

Opening night: 8 August 2017

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Suitable for ages 13+

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TBC

Cast and Creative

Cast

Starring Rob Drummond

Creative

Directed by David Overend

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