Ghost Fruit


An outrageous romp across time and space. It pokes fun at a culture obsessed with the past, weaving elements of cabaret, comedy, time and place. Why do we look back and what are we looking for?
Ghost Fruit at Camden People's Theatre

Image: (c) Max Wilkinson


Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Camden People's Theatre
Started: Tuesday 15 January 2019
Closes: Saturday 19 January 2019
Running time:To be confirmed
Age suitability: Not available

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Background


Ghost Fruit was conceived on a writer's residency in Prague last summer with Potrva Theater (UNESCO).

Synopsis


Ghost Fruit is an outrageous romp across time and space.


It pokes fun at a culture obsessed with the past, weaving elements of cabaret, comedy, time and place.


Why do we look back and what are we looking for?


A man thinks he's Franz Kafka living in the 1920s.


But he' s not. He's from Somerset.


As his dream becomes a nightmare he slips between different times and bodies …


He's partying with the ghost of Elizabeth Taylor.


He's a young lady with a vintage, dead dog on her hands.


He's a cop in an American town with no crime, death or dirt until one day someone bursts into flames …


And finally he's back in Prague to confront the truth and embrace the present.


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Theatre


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Postal address:
58-60 Hampstead Road
London NW1 2PY

Box office tel: 0207 419 4841

Box office email: -

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Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 15 January 2019

Closes:Saturday 19 January 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 7‑15pm

Wednesday ‑ 7‑15pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑15pm

Friday ‑ 7‑15pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑15pm


Matinee:
-

Tickets


Standard:
£12

Concessions:
£10

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Cast


Toby Rolt

Rebecca Faith

Roberta Livingston

Michael Faulkner


Creatives


Author: Max Wilkinson
Production: Max Wilkinson

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