New Pantheon Club Presents ‘1994’

A nation is divided. It is the aftermath of a political meltdown. Two former opponents find themselves inextricably linked in a never-ending loop of hunger and forgetfulness.  Searching for forgiveness they negotiate their conflicting pasts but whether either can escape the narrative of their memories is far from clear.

1994 is showing at the Stuart Stephen Memorial Hall on the 20th, 21st and 22nd of May. Doors will open at 7.15PM. There is a capacity of 50 per night and seats will be on a first come first serve basis so please arrive promptly. The show will run for around 1 hour and 45 minutes including an interval and we suggest that a 15+ age restriction due to some explicit language.

New Pantheon Club is a mixed arts collective. 1994 is the first full scale collaborative piece, a coming together of visual artists, designers, writers, film makers and directors.

In creating this new play we felt it important to produce it in the centre of the local community and for it to be accessible to both theatre goers and people who many not consider themselves theatre goers. We believe passionately that theatre (and all cultural creations) should invite a diverse audience and encourage dialogue between divers groups of people. To aid this we are using a Pay What You Decide ticket scheme.

The scheme works by enabling audiences to attend shows without paying for a ticket beforehand. On exiting the show, you have the opportunity to make a donation of what you decide you want to, or can afford to pay, based on your overall enjoyment of the performance.

There is more information on our Facebook page,
For more information please contact Amos Jacob (Producer) on or on 07825 232919