Dumb Show: 12 - 30 June
Dumb Show is a superb, grubby, black-comic satire about the latest celebrity sting, tapping right into the current question of press morality.
A famous down and out TV star turns to two private bankers who come knocking on his dressing room door with a proposition complete with a healthy pay cheque. This quick fix turns out to have one big catch; a hidden camera.
Premiering in 2004, the play is more relevant now than ever before. Writer Joe Penhall comments: “I think now the play is vindicated because we can see precisely how spiteful, sneaky, hypocritical, devious and dangerous tabloids can be.”
Joe Penhall – writer of Blue/Orange – adapted Ian McEwan’s Enduring Love and Cormac McCarthy’s The Road for the big screen.
Make sure you come along and get every last juicy detail from one of Britain’s best known personalities.
|Lighting Designer||Jane Barrek|
|Sound Designer||Lorna Munden|
|On the Book||Emma Cook|