“I’m writing a petition. To cull stupid people.”
Phoebe doesn’t quite see the world like everyone else. When her brother goes missing, she sets out to find him, enlisting help wherever she can find it. Meanwhile, she faces a battle with locals attempting to kill the neighbourhood fox she has befriended. As she starts to lose the battle with her neighbours and the truth behind her brother’s disappearance becomes more troubling, she must defy those who underestimate her and find new allies.
This heartwarming new play, shortlisted for the Adrian Pagan and the Verity Bargate Awards, portrays one young woman’s attempt to make sense of the world, and the people and creatures who occupy it.
Part of #Festival46 at the King’s Head Theatre.
Writer: A.C. Smith
Director: George Smith
Producer: Dave Spencer
Cast: Loz Keystone, EJ Martin, Louise Torres-Ryan
Dates: Monday 18 July at 8pm, Thursday 21 July at 6.30pm, Tuesday 26 July at 9.30pm, Saturday 23 July at 8pm, Saturday 30 July at 6.30pm
Location: King’s Head Theatre, 115 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 1QN
Booking: https://kingsheadtheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873554453/events or 0207 226 8561 (tickets £10).
Interview in Islington Gazette
Interview in London Pub Theatres Magazine
“Funny, moving and polished” ★★★★ London Pub Theatres
“Well-written”★★★★ West End Wilma
“Nicely peppered with humour… highly watchable” ★★★★ Act Drop