Adapted by Geoff Aymer (the writer of last year’s excellent production The Wonderful), with Theatre Peckham’s artistic director Suzann McLean once more at the helm as director, Scroogelicious re-imagines the miserly protagonist as a property developer responsible for the gentrification of Peckham.
‘The writing is gripping’: …cake – Theatre Peckham
Theatre Peckham’s artistic director Suzann McLean hits the target as she notes that …cake is a bold new play which honours intersectionality.
‘A fascinatingly drawn play’: THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN – Jermyn Street Theatre
Who knew that fascists could rhyme? WH Auden and Christopher Isherwood tackle inter-war Europe in The Dog Beneath The Skin at the Jermyn Street Theatre.
‘An excellent production of an undiscovered classic’: THE DOG BENEATH THE SKIN – Jermyn Street Theatre ★★★★
Dog Beneath the Skin is a bizarre, but ultimately very enjoyable play, marked with memorable performances from the entire cast – an excellent production of an undiscovered classic.