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Value Engineering – Scenes From The Grenfell Inquiry

Value Engineering – Scenes From The Grenfell Inquiry

“The Grenfell fire did not happen in a vacuum… it happened within a pocket of one of the smallest yet richest boroughs in London.”
Leslie Thomas QC in evidence to the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry, July 2020


The dramatic evidence, based entirely on the words of those involved in the current Grenfell Tower Inquiry, is brought to the stage by the creative team responsible for the dramatisation of The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry – The Colour of Justice at the Tricycle Theatre, the National Theatre, in the West End and on BBC TV, and the Olivier Award-winning Saville Inquiry play Bloody Sunday.


“It’s one thing to work out how the fire was caused, and how the deaths were caused; the bigger question is: why did this happen?”
Michael Mansfield QC at the Inquiry, March 2021

Olivier Award-nominee Ron Cook (Mr Selfridge, The Witcher and The Salisbury Poisonings on TV, and Faith Healer and Girl from the North Country on stage) plays Richard Millett QC, counsel to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, leading a cast including Daniel Betts, Sam Buchanan, Sally Giles, Polly Kemp, Phill Langhorne, Tim Lewis, David Michaels, David Robb, Howard Ward, Thomas Wheatley and Rosie Wyatt.

Further casting to be announced in due course.

Strictly Limited Season
13 October – 13 November 2021

Tickets
£15 – £32

Performance Times
Monday – Saturday, 7.30pm*
Thursday Matinees, 1.30pm**
Saturday Matinees, 2.30pm
*Except Monday 18 October at 7pm
**Except Thursday 28 October at 2.30pm

Running Time
Estimated 2 hours, 50 minutes including a 20-minute interval

Age recommendation
12+

Address
The Theatre at the Tabernacle
34-35 Powis Square
London W11 2AY

CAST

Strictly Limited Season

13 October – 13 November 2021

Tickets
£15 – £32

Performance Times
Monday – Saturday, 7.30pm*
Thursday Matinees, 1.30pm**
Saturday Matinees, 2.30pm
*Except Monday 18 October at 7pm
**Except Thursday 28 October at 2.30pm

Running Time
Estimated 2 hours, 50 minutes including a 20-minute interval

Age recommendation
12+

Address
The Theatre at the Tabernacle
34-35 Powis Square
London W11 2AY

Access Bookings
020 8960 0110

BSL Interpreted Performance
Tuesday 2 November, 7.30pm

VISITING THE VENUE

Getting to The Tabernacle in the heart of Notting Hill

The Theatre at the Tabernacle
34-35 Powis Square
London W11 2AY

By tube
Nearest underground stations:
Westbourne Park (10-minute walk; Circle, Hammersmith & City)
Ladbroke Grove (10-minute walk; Circle, Hammersmith & City)
Royal Oak (10-minute walk; Circle, Hammersmith & City)
Notting Hill Gate (10-minute walk; Central, Circle, District)

By bus
7, 70 Stop at Powis Gardens
28, 31, 328 Stop at Brunel Estate
23, 52, 452 Stop at Portobello

By bike
There are bike racks in the garden outside the Tabernacle on the left-hand side as you enter. You can hire Santander Cycles from All Saints Church, Portobello, near the Tabernacle.