Mr Kolpert Livestream
Saturday 21 August at 7:30pm
About the show
We're at Ralf and Sarah's for a night in of games and pizza. Our hosts are a young couple, slightly eccentric. Afraid the evening will be boring, the couple aim to spice things up by claiming that they have the body of Sarah's colleague, Mr Kolpert, in a suitcase. Are they practical jokers or is there something darker going on? A black comedy that becomes almost farcical.
Access the livestream
We will send you an email from our Box Office (from 4pm each day ahead of all performances) to the address you booked your livestream ticket with. This email includes your password and link to access the stream. For quick access we've also added a link below, you will still need your password.
About the director, Belle Bao
Belle Bao is a director and actor, who is originally from Beijing and is now exploring London. She was trained at The Central Academy of Drama in China and, since graduating, has directed and performed in theatre, film and television.
As a freelance director and actor, Belle has worked for a range of companies including National Theatre of China, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing People’s Art Theatre, Juyin Theatre, PengHao Theatre, DrumTower West Theatre, etc. She also worked as a part-time drama teacher in a range of student theatres, from primary school to university. One of those was as a volunteer consultant from 2012 until 2019.
Recent directing credits include: The Last Bonian Shen by Belle Bao (Beijing People’s Art Theatre), Confuciusdevised by Duoyun Student Theatre (Beijing Haidian Culture Center), Teahouse by Lao She (Beijing People's Art Theatre), Gone South by Mu Yuan (The Central Academy of Drama), Is Me Play (TV Series short film).
Belle has won the Future Star award at the STAR POWER CHINA 2019 Film Festival. The short play Depressed which was written, directed and designed by Belle, won Central Academy of Drama’s Best Short Play Award, Best Performance Award and Best Stage Design Award, and was publicly shown at the closing ceremony of Beijing Mental Health Festival.
The production will be livestreamed directly from LAMDA's Linbury Theatre. The link and password to access the livestream will be sent out via email ahead of the scheduled performance.
To watch the show in person, click here.
Contains strobe lighting, strong language, scenes of an adult nature, and scenes of a distressing nature.
Pricing and concessions
Livestream tickets cost £7 each. We offer a complimentary ticket for carers, to book please call the box office on 020 8834 0550. If you belong to our Pathways Programme or work with any of our Pathways Partners you are entitled to complimentary tickets. Please contact the box office to book.
Accessing the livestream
You will be emailed before the show start time with a link to the livestream. Read livestream FAQs here.
This livestream will be captioned. Details on how to access the captions will be emailed out with the link to the livestream ahead of the scheduled performance.
Booking your tickets
Book your tickets online or by calling our box office on 020 8834 0550.
If you're a member of the industry, please email [email protected] to book your tickets.
Unfortunately, all tickets are non-refundable.