The Scary Bikers
Don, a retired miner, and Carol, a former teacher, meet in a grief support group. They decide to cycle across Europe together. Will their romance blossom, or will dangerous roads bring them to the edge of despair, ending what has only just begun? Enjoy this touching and entertaining play about this duo’s cycling trip.
Why Watch The Scary Bikers
Featuring the dynamic duo, John Godber and Jane Thornton, The Scary Bikers makes for an amazing watch. They have won the Olivier Award and are two-time BAFTA Award winners. Last Laugh, their indie film was a massive success in 2017. They are back again to set the stage ablaze with their performance at West End.
Don, played by John Godber, is a 65-year-old retired West Yorkshire miner who works as a hospital porter. He loves cycling but can’t seem to get over the loss of his wife, Jean. Jane Thornton plays Carol, a former school teacher is in her late 50s. Having failed as an artist, she runs a cycling cafe in remembrance of her husband who was a cycling enthusiast. Don and Carol find their paths cross, and before they know it, the barely acquainted decide to go cycling across Europe. However, when they are about to leave, Carol decides to call things off. Find out what happens in this heartwarming play.
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The Scary Bikers is a better play than title, which is always the right way round.
– York Express
Know Before You Go
Hearing assistance system
Trafalgar Studios has a seating capacity of 380.
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Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theatre is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
This experience cannot be canceled, amended or rescheduled.
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Trafalgar Studios 14 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2DY, London