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by Alastair Curtis
Six stories, told through monologue and movement, chronicle the lives of six Londoners.
Insecurity, isolation and desire
are rampant in this
on urban solitude.
>> Michael Pilch Studio (Dec, 2018)
>> Old Fire Station, Oxford (Feb, 2019)
by Tom Basden
A modern-ish mashup of a Dostoyevsky short story set in 19th Century Russia.
A fame hungry actor is eaten alive in Russian zoo, becoming the world’s first singing and dancing croc.
The tale of his meteoric rise to fame hides with a sharp social satire on fortune, hypocrisy and the perils of fame..
Comes with reptiles included.
And silly hats.
>> Michael Pilch Studio (April, 2018)
"Another stunning success”
“The production’s ability to
“A shot of energy”
“A blend of naturalism and complete absurdity is wonderfully achieved”
Oxford Opening Night
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