he place where four women went from strangers to sisters is being priced out and sold on. For the women who work there, leaving isn't easy. Every corner of the bar is engraved with history: names on the toilet doors, leftover tips from tourists and the best worst cocktails in South London. The morning after their final celebration at the bar, tensions are rising. Clashing moralities are getting in the way of what should be a peaceful end to the place they call home. Bar uses movement and original music to relive moments of the night before. The piece explores the complexities of consent when everyone has something at stake. Frankie won't be a bystander again, Angel needs a place to stay, and Ruby's been waiting for Cecilia to commit. Confronted with a deadline to leave the bar and salvage their friendships, the four need to figure out what's real and what's right. Moving between naturalism and surrealism, Bar is a grotty exploration of solidarity and what it means to be complicit. This production is part of Camden Fringe. Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start. Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance. No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.