Once Upon a Bridge: Compelling online production bridges the gap until theatre returns

Sonya Kelly imagines the lives of the three people involved in an incident when a jogger pushed a woman into oncoming traffic on a London bridge

21st February, 2021
Once Upon a Bridge: Compelling online production bridges the gap until theatre returns
Siobhán Cullen and Aaron Monaghan in Once Upon a Bridge, streamed live from the Mick Lally Theatre

Once Upon a Bridge

Streamed live from the Mick Lally Theatre

Rating: ****

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