by Greg Freeman
Following on from its Time Out Critics’ Choice ««««
production at the Tabard Theatre, Beak Street
(a surreal world inhabited by cats) prowls into the back streets of the West End and is now taking
up residence at
(thirty seconds from Selfridges)
A dark comedy of ‘noir’ shadows, mean streets and gangster cats, where only one thing is really certain; cats, they ain’t known for their loyalty.
It’s dog eat dog
in a cat world.
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'Freeman's script is a compelling, kitsch-free morality play…
A testament to Freeman's faith in his imagination and ours.'
Time Out – Critics’ Choice««««
‘This is a fine and powerful play that pulls no punches.’
‘… iron-rod narrative and polished script…..imaginative staging keeps throwing up treats – there’s a shadow play, a scene in a jazz club with a live band, a shower scene and a boxing match, which all makes Beak Street excellent
value for money.’
3/4 Picton Place
(nearest Tube Bond Street / Central & Jubilee Line)
29th June – 17th July 2010 @ 7.30pm.
Sunday or Monday
Tickets £10 Tuesday and Wednesday
£12 Thursday, Friday & Saturday
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