Dates and Times
Tue 26 March 2019 at 9pm
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Presented by Dylan Townley & Sam Plumb
Trial of the century. Society outraged. Men dressed as ladies. You can get away with anything these days. These days being 1870. An explosive musical retelling of the scandal that rocked the Victorian era, and the two hellraisers at the centre of it all.
This work-in-progress performance brings together Dylan Townley (‘towering, droll and self-effacing’ – The Times, for How to Win Against History) and Sam Plumb (‘stunning’ – Steve Waters, playwright) with acclaimed director Alex Swift (How to Win Against History, Mess).
True crime never looked queerer.
Supported by Arts Council England.
About the company
Dylan Townley was MD & performer in How to Win Against History which won The Stage Edinburgh Award, toured the UK and played a sell-out run at the Young Vic. He’s a scriptwriter for History Bombs which won a BAFTA in 2017; and musician for Austentatious in the West End.
Image credit (c) Dawn Parsonage