A plague has destroyed the world. Three strangers meet in a bar in New York: a school-boy, a street-walker and a tourist from Texas. This unlikely group must learn to understand one another in order to survive.
Paul Selig’s rarely seen play was written in 1986 as a response to the AIDS crisis, yet reads in a beautifully haunting new way since the events of 2020. An exploration of how, even in the worst of circumstances, humans find a way to connect and live together.
Paul Selig is a psychic, teacher and award-winning writer of channeled literature. He wrote Terminal Bar in 1986 as a response to the AIDS crisis.
Jamie Armitage is an Artistic Associate at the King's Head Theatre and a Resident Director at the Almeida Theatre. Previous directing credits include: SIX: The Musical (West End, Broadway & Worldwide; co-director with Lucy Moss); Southern Belles and And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens (King's Head Theatre); Love Me Now (Tristan Bates Theatre)
FOR TURBINE THEATRE
Board of Trustees
Artistic Director & Festival Producer
Paul Taylor Mills
Social Media Team
Website & Prgramme Design
Rally Fest Artwork
PRESS & PR
Emma Holland PR
Stuart and Hilary Williams
Battersea Development Company