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Theatre

BNP supporters will enjoy this new play from the Bush Theatre

Plus: a play starring Stephen Merchant at the Wyndham’s Theatre that makes a compelling case against Richard Bean

25 July 2015

9:00 AM

25 July 2015

9:00 AM

The Mentalists

Wyndham’s Theatre, until 26 September

The Invisible

Bush Theatre, until 15 August

Richard Bean, the country’s most bankable playwright, knocks out a new script every four months. Thanks to the success of One Man, Two Guvnors, he’s not short of houses ready to stage his work. And the hunt for treasure in his back-catalogue continues. The Mentalists, from 2002, stars Stephen Merchant (co-writer of The Office) and Steffan Rhodri as two needy chums pursuing a whimsical dream in a cheap hotel room.

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