Solihull Arts Complex



What's life like on the other end of the syringe?

We've all been on the receiving end. But what is life like at the other end of the syringe?

JABS is played largely for affectionate laughs ... with moments of poignancy, a smattering of new songs and a touch of audience participation (because we all know what we have to do!)  It’s also a love letter to the NHS.

Sally Tongue plays herself, an actress and performer who having lost her income to Covid trained to become a vaccinator ... whilst actors Christina Cubbin and Paul Wilkinson portray an assortment of 16 characters who appear in her pod for a few minutes each.

The play is scripted and directed by Chris Eldon Lee (BBC Radio Four producer and founder member of the veteran comedy group 'Three Men In A Bowtie'). 

Book Tickets

Suggested age 12+

Start Time 8pm

Running time 2hrs inc interval

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