Muswell Hill

Monkfish stew and the meaning of life. Middle-class follies and delusions brilliantly skewered
Sun 28 Feb 2016 to Sat 5 Mar 2016
Hampton Hill Theatre: Coward Studio
“Great drama with some lovely bits of humour”
“A really effective set, complete with enticing food smells!”
“A very slick production, brilliantly performed by all the actors”

An earthquake in Haiti kills thousands and leaves two million homeless. Meanwhile six, good-looking, tech-savvy, young professionals sit down to dinner in a leafy London suburb. But as they tuck into their monkfish stew and fret about mortgages and Facebook friends, their veneer of happiness begins to fragment. Will history remember them? Or are they as ordinary and insignificant as the distant earthquake victims? A powerfully funny, black comedy from the award-winning Torben Betts

An amateur production by special arrangement with Catherine King of Independent Talent Group Ltd
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Production Team & Crew: 
Director
Stage Manager
Props and Set Dressing
Set Design for TTC
Lighting Design and Operation
Lighting Design and Operation
Sound Design and Operation
Wardrobe
Original Music
Photography
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