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A seminal work of Jewish culture or an act of traitorous libel?Indecent explores the origins of the highly controversial play The God of Vengeance by Sholem Asch. We follow the path of the artists who risked their careers and lives to perform it in this deeply moving play accompanied by a small live Klezmer band. Rebecca Taichman, who won the Tony Award for Best Direction for Indecent on Broadway, brings her stunning production to the Chocolate factory for its European Premiere.
Brian and Roger met at a support group for recently divorced men. Roger was attending because he was genuinely grieving the loss of his marriage. Brian was instructed to attend by his solicitor if he wanted to dodge paying alimony. Roger is in need of guidance and support, which Brian willingly supplies. Both are starting again. Both are finding it hard. One of them is nice. Described as ‘Best British comedy happening right now’ (Daily Telegraph), the original podcast Brian & Roger was written and performed by Harry Peacock and Dan Skinner. It was produced by Marc Haynes and Joel Morris for Great Big Owl.
The antics of the Wicksteed home are a darkly satirical merry-go-round in Alan Bennett’s Habeas Corpus. Family, friends and the quest for sexual pleasures of the body (“corpus”) are the ruling passions in this farcical comedy of ill-manners. Through an escapade of mistaken identities and carnal encounters, one motto holds fast: “He whose lust lasts, lasts longest.”
Nearest Tube: London Bridge (Borough Hight Street Exit). Bus Routes: RV1 & 381.
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The Menier Chocolate Factory opened in January 2004 and since then has received numerous awards including Olivier, Tony and Evening Standard Awards. Throughout its history the building has been inspired by both individuality and the pursuit of quality. Built in 1870 to house a chocolate factory, this historical building has now been converted into an arts complex which includes a gallery, restaurant and theatre. Having maintained the original exposed wooden beams, unusual cast iron columns and an amazing brick feature interior, the Chocolate Factory is a unique space to experience stimulating, challenging and entertaining theatre.
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