Theatre: The Last Laundress of Queensway

Posted by Caroline Lofts

The Drayton Arms is putting on yet another musical extravaganza for your enjoyment:

In 1949 a lone laundress established Britain’s first ever self-service Laundrette on London’s Queensway. She thought she’d seen it all: scrubbed smalls, bright whites and all the stains that colour a life well-lived…until an encounter with a clotheless man of no-fixed-abode puts her in a spin.

Fully calibrated and coin operated, take a tumble into a show crammed full of good humour, live music and bold images. Between lathering up the drab and dirty, and rinsing away the glitz and greasepaint, the last laundrette finds herself asking whether clothes really are what maketh the man, and whether all spots and spoils come out in the wash…

Wednesday 26 March 2014 until Saturday 29th March

Book your tickets NOW

The Drayton Theatre
153 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 0LJ
020 7835 2301

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