Teechers is a comedy by John Godber, set in a school during the 1990s. It explores the relationship between three pupils and their drama teacher, with a commentary on the state vs private school divide.

The play was performed at the Bull Theatre in High Barnet, by SDM Theatre Productions, and directed by Sophie Mazin. I was impressed by the actors, particularly Daniel Bratt, Abigail Carmel and Miriam Westbrook as the three main pupil characters. The story was absorbing and overall I was very impressed.


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