Open from 10am Monday - Saturday
Drama Thursday 16 - Saturday 18 July, 6.15pm

Due to official government advice this show has unfortunately been cancelled. Ticket holders have been contacted
To read our full statement on COVID-19 see here.

Paines Plough and Oldham Coliseum Theatre in association
with York Theatre Royal present

Paines Plough's Roundabout is the world's first pop-up, plug and play theatre. It flat packs into a lorry and pops up all over the country.

In 2020 it's coming to Oldham, pitching up outside the Queen Elizabeth Hall. The Coliseum has teamed up with Paines Plough to bring four brand new plays by world-class writers to your doorstep this summer; Really Big and Really Loud, Black Love, Hungry and Ask Verity / The Inconvenience Store.


Ask Verity / The Inconvenience Store
Thursday 16 - Saturday 18 July, 6.15pm

A new short play by Charlotte Keatley, writer of My Mother Said I Never Should - the most widely produced play ever written by a woman. This play is currently undergoing a re-write and subsequently the below information will be updated accordingly – stay tuned for more information on Ask Verity.


Stella doesn’t fit - the clothes she wears, the car she drives, the technology she uses. And there are never enough toilets…

Stella has to take matters into her own hands.

Step inside VERITY, Stella’s Intelligent Agent coming to a town near you. Join her in an interactive, half-hour experience.


Age guidance 14+
Run time 30mins

Tickets £8

Thursday 16 July, 6.15pm
Friday 17 July, 6.15pm
Saturday 18 July, 6.15pm 

Production Information:

Directed by Katie Posner

Written by Charlotte Keatley