8th - 11th December 2021


Players of Ethos Productions Presents
Directed by Gabriel Syfer

How long does it take for a complete stranger to become your most intimate friend? Is one meeting enough? How many layers need to be removed to reveal one’s true self?


A new play inspired by William Mastrosimone‘s ‘The Woolgatherer’ arrives at The White Bear to tell the story of the accidental meeting of two strangers. Jake’s taxi breaks down in front of Amy’s flat. Two people seemingly from completely different worlds manage to let go and connect in an unexpected way.


£13 Full Price

£10 Concessions

Performance Times

Wed - Sat 7:00pm

Concessions Notice

Concessions are only accepted for pensioners, unemployed, students and under16s.

Please Note:

This Performance contains Strong Language, Partial Nudity, and Violence References.

Please Note:

This performance runs for 50mins without an interval

We at the moment have reduced the capacity to allow more space between parties and say we advise audience members to wear coverings and lower masks to drink and cut the rest of the line.

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