Down The Tube

It is April 1941, and bombs fall nightly during London’s Blitz. Families, friends and strangers seeking safety spend their nights in the Underground train stations.

Amid the packed platforms Doreen and Brenda, two friends, meet and share the everyday heroics of women in wartime. Their husbands posted overseas, children evacuated to the country, the two comfort each other during one of the worst night bombings of World War II.

Expect Exceptional Theatre presents Down the Tube, a play inspired by the childhood memories of local playwright Frank Watts.

Gallery Bistro

2411 Clarke Streetgallerybistroportmoody.com/box-office
May 3 – 7PMdinner theatre 

May 5th – 3:30PMafternoon fare

Port Moody Station Museum

2734 Murray Street
May 10, 11 – 8PMMay 12 – 4PM
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