Flea the Pandemic at the Exchange is postponed to January


Sturminster Newton’s Taboo Theatre Company, working with playwright Sue Ashby, will still bring the story of this plague that killed untold millions across Europe to the stage of the town’s Exchange.

Flea the Pandemic

The premiere of Flea the Pandemic, Dorset 1348, directed by Craig White, has been pushed back from November to the end of January 2021 by the latest lockdown.

The new dates are Friday 29th and Saturday 30th January 2021 (same timesas before), and the Exchange will be re-allocating all tickets booked for November.

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