Cosmopolitan’s current most-read article is a feature on a $35 maternity dress worn by Megan Markle. This is, as explored in performance artist Paula Varjack’s latest work, an example of post-recession celebrity dressing. Yet mixing a Gucci top with Topshop jeans is a distant dream to those of us who will never be able to afford to wear Gucci.
We’re counting down to the premiere of Max Wilkinson’s absurdist, time-romping comedy Ghost Fruit, opening next week at Camden People’s Theatre. The four-strong cast play 18 roles between them, including Franz Kafka, Truman Capote, Elizabeth Taylor and Billie Holiday. Sneak a peek at how they’re getting on in rehearsals with our bumper photo gallery – and then get booking!
What do Franz Kafka, Truman Capote, Elizabeth Taylor, Billie Holiday and a sheepdog have in common? Ghost Fruit, a new absurdist comedy written and directed by Max Wilkinson, gets its world premiere this month at Camden’s People Theatre, in a strictly limited season from 15 to 19 January 2019. Time to get booking!