28 September 1984 – 30 March 1985
16 February – 23 March 1986 (Australia Tour)
21 May 1993 – 2 April 1994 (National and International revival)
Plastered is wildly funny…I’ve rarely heard an audience identify so much
Sunday Independent – Perth
'A Triumph in light-touch comedy' - West Sussex Gazette
'A veritable silent film comedy done in real life, parodying all the dreadful things that go on in pubs and hospitals…[Trestle] makes TV comedy look very old fashioned' - The Times
Plastered was a witty and perceptive study of a rich variety of characters, observed n that best of British institutions – the public house, and later, in the aseptic surroundings of the local hospital’s casualty department.
Released as Britain’s first 2 act, full mask play between 1984 and 1994 they performed over 350 performances in just 3 separate tours both at home and abroad to Europe and Australia. Heralded as a great success, Plastered also produced a large advertisement campaign containing your usual posters and flyers, but also specially branded Trestle beer mats and beer bottles.
Director: John Wright
Devised by: The company
Technical Stage-manager: Mark Wilsher
Company Stage-manager: Margot Eagle
Masks made by: The cast
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