London Wall

Saturday 13 July - Saturday 20 July


Description & further information

A glimpse into the double standards of being a woman in a 1930’s workplace.
After accepting a role as a typist in a solicitor’s office, fresh-faced Pat is soon exposed to the harsh reality of the 1930s workplace – and specifically the attentions of slimy Office Manager, Brewer. Gender and sex politics come to the fore in John Van Druten’s prescient comedy. Revived by the Finborough in 2013, The Guardian’s four-star review described London Wall as a play “with a social purpose” that “still has some pertinent things” to say about “sexual double standards and the exploitation of women.”

Plan your visit:
Tube and Train
The theatre is an 8 minute walk from Ealing Broadway station (on the Central, Elizabeth and District lines, plus national rail) and about 15 minutes’ walk from South Ealing station (Piccadilly line).
The following route information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but please check with TfL for the most up-to-date information.

Bus routes 83, 207, 427, and 607 stop by the Town Hall
Routes E2, E7, E8, and E11 stop on New Broadway
Route 65 stops on the High Street

All of these are 3-4 minutes’ walk from the theatre.

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