Black Catfish Musketeer

Dates and Times

Tue 29 May - Sat 2 June at 7:15pm & 9pm

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Ticket information

£15/10 (conc.)

Book Tickets

Part of our Spring 2018 programme. Browse the full season here.

BlackCatfishMusketeer is presented as part of a MALAPROP double-bill with LOVE+Take advantage of our double bill ticket offer, and book two different shows on the same night for just £20! Simply add the tickets into your basket and we’ll do the rest.

Presented by MALAPROP Theatre

BlackCatfishMusketeer marks the London debut of Verity Bargate Award-winning writer Dylan Coburn Gray.

It’s about people getting to know each other through screens, and the presentation of old themes in rather new situations.

It’s about trust, doubt, closeness at a distance, and being worried you’ll die alone and your cats will eat you.

It mightn’t look like the internet (what does the internet look like?), but it feels like it.

It’s about meeting someone online, and all you know is their name and that they seem to like you as much as you like them. In fact, you think you love each other. But do you? Can you? And what is love, anyway? Maybe we don’t only not know, we can’t know; so let’s say what it isn’t.

BlackCatfishMusketeer premiered at Dublin Fringe Festival 2016. The show then toured to Summerhall as part of Edinburgh Fringe 2017, where MALAPROP is set to return with a new production, Everything Not Saved, in August 2018.


“Intricate, witty, smart new take on the romantic comedy… Crammed with shining lines… Insightful and illuminating” ★★★★ – The Stage

“A great fun hour weaving new and very insightful ideas about love, trust and romance in the hyper-connected modern age” ★★★★ – The Scotsman

★★★★★ – To Do List

About the company

MALAPROP is a Dublin-based collective of emerging theatre-makers. We aim to challenge, delight, and speak to the world we live in (even when imagining different ones). Work to date includes LOVE+ (2015), BlackCatfishMusketeer (2016), JERICHO (2017), and Everything Not Saved (2017).

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Image credit (c) Molly O’Cathain

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