Dates and Times
14 October 2014 to 19 October 2014 at 7.30pm
Written & performed by Kathryn Griffiths
Director – Celine Lowenthal
Designer – Anna Reid
Lighting Design – Christopher Nairne
Producer – Héloïse Werner
Felicity’s run away.
She may have accidentally murdered her step-dad, left her lovely mum in the lurch, and forgotten her shoes, but now she’s in the Big Smoke and she’s determined to make a clean start. Unfortunately for Felicity, the first people she meets are not London’s most savoury offerings…
First there’s Maggie May-Lynn, the disheveled Madam of London’s Worst Brothel, who sends her on a mission to find some new clientele. Next she meets Melbany, the happy-go-lucky Aussie barmaid with approximately two brain cells and a slight alcohol problem. And finally there’s Finn Crawford: a gorgeous, gay, sex-a-holic artist, who’s just been cut off by her patron for sleeping with all her models, including her patron’s wife.
Between a crotchety artist, an idiot chef, an eighty-year-old arsonist and a horny teenage girl, Kat Griffith’s one-woman show is an unwholesome farce about sex, art and the lovelorn lay-abouts of London-town.
“Mesmerising … beautiful, funny, mad – heart-melting and heart-breaking” John Waite, BBC Radio 4
“Witty, courageous, genuinely funny, highly unsettling…Very bloody talented indeed” Ali Smith
“Highly rated” The Times
“A gratifying gem” The Stage
“Genius… Not to be missed” The Cambridge Student
“Fascinating…masterful and subtle…a tour de force” Varsity
“A triumph. The story she takes us on is one of constant gleeful surprise … undoubtedly a winner” The Cambridge Tab
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(Photo by Thurstan Redding)