Bull by Mike Bartlett

This black comedy delivers a blistering expose on work-place bullying. Bartlett is one of England’s most celebrated modern playwrights, and his razor-sharp wit – combined with his remarkable gifts for creating dialogue and character – keep our allegiances in constant flux. Rooting for the good guys isn’t as easy as it might seem when we’re never sure who the good guys really are.

For those who love nasty humour, there’s horrible fun afoot at Theatre Inconnu… a bracing evisceration of office politics.” Adrian Chamberlain, Times Colonist, Victoria

“Although Bull is often painful to take in, it’s brilliant and very much worth seeing.”

Emily Welch, Nexus, Victoria

Directer: Don Keith
Cast: Rebecca Elliott, Nolan Fidyk, James Johnson, Alan Penty
Stage Manager: Brianna de Jong
Costumes: Linda MacNaughton

Online show program – click here

To reserve and pay online, click on your desired date/time below.

Feb 21 – 8pm (Preview)
Feb 22 – 8pm
Feb 23 – 8pm
Feb 25 – 2pm
Feb 25 – 8pm
Mar 1 – 8pm

Mar 2 – 8pm
Mar 3 – 8pm
Mar 4 – 2pmSOLD OUT
Mar 4 – 8pm

Mar 8 – 8pm
Mar 9 – 8pm
Mar 10 – 8pm
Mar 11 – 2pm
Mar 11 – 8pm

Reservations and Ticket Sales
Ticket Prices:
$14 regular (adults), $10 seniors (60+) /students/unwaged
Tuesday Feb 21 is half-price ($7) preview
Wednesday Mar 1 is Pay-What-You-Wish admission

You can reserve and pay online by clicking on the preffered date/time above or…

You can reserve directly through THEATRE INCONNU without prepayment:
by phone:  (250) 360-0234 
by email: CLICK HERE
If you have reserved by phone or email, you will pay when you come to see the show. Payment onsite can be: cash, cheque, credit card, or debit.

For more detailed ticket purchase information CLICK HERE.

The show is about 70 minutes long, with no intermission.

Theatre Inconnu is located in the Paul Phillips Hall at 1923 Fernwood Road (across the street from the Belfry Theatre).

We are wheelchair accessible – but you need to contact us beforehand so we can make accommodation.

Theatre Inconnu is located on the traditional lands of the Lekwungen peoples, also known as the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations.

Alan Penty, James Johnson, Rebecca Elliott, Nolan Fidyk