Triton Rail
  • West End

Join us for the live recording of a new radio comedy: 'Triton Rail'. (Pilot episode) - created and written by Nathalie Antonia. FREE event but reserved seating: If you would like to attend (because, why not), please book a very very very free ticket. Bob Guffy, a delusional but lovable train conductor has taken it upon himself to record an audio diary about the highs and lows, the drama, the heartache and the nail biting unpredictabilities that occur everyday as a train conductor on Triton Rail. Bob believes he is saving triton's ever-failing reputation, however, what Bob recalls versus what actually happens is vastly different. We get to hear both. Choo-choo. *Get on board! *Because a psychic in Los Angeles told her that he believes this comedy is going to do very well. ABOUT NATHALIE: Nathalie is not an award-winning anything. (sorry). However, she has written for seres 12 & 13 of Newsjack (BBC Radio 4Xtra) and commended by Funny Women for a sketch about a depressed dog (Miffy & Buster). "Absolutely not going to make anything of her life" - Mrs Maynard (Edward Bryant Primary School) LET'S PROVE THE MAYNARD WRONG. Free but reserved seating. Doors: 6:45pm Show: 7pm CAST: TBA

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