The Cat's Mother14th November 2012 to 8th December 2012 - 7.30pm (First week previews begin at 7pm)
Price: £14, £12 concessionPrices available at box office, email or via telephone.
Company: FoxedUP Theatre Company
Writer: Pericles Snowdon
Director: Natalie Scott and Joseph Thorpe
NB: Thursday 29th November – BSL Signed Performance
by Martin Fox-Roberts
For those that may be interested there are post show discussions hosted by the directors writer and cast on Tuesday 20th and Tuesday 27th of November. These session will commence from 15 minutes after the show and willl last for approximately 45 minutes.
All we really are is the memories of other people. And if no one remembers you, well...
FoxedUP Theatre presents the world premiere of The Cat’s Mother, a new play by Pericles Snowdon.
If you awoke in a room with your best friends from primary school, would you remember them? More to the point, would they remember you?
Six characters are brought together in extraordinary circumstances and through the maze of their memory, piece together a puzzle that unlocks the deepest secret of their childhood. Meanwhile, a seventh character has their fate in her fingertips. The only question worth asking is...who's she?
The Cat's Mother - a modern day mystery with a retro twist & lashings of dark comedy.
Get involved in the production through our ‘Memory Junkyard’ - see http://www.foxeduptheatre.com/catsmother/memory-junkyard/ for details
FoxedUP Theatre is a performer-led all female company, formed in 2009 with the aim of creating new and exciting roles for women. FoxedUP is thrilled to collaborate with directors Natalie Scott and Joseph Thorpe of the The Lab Collective, and writer Pericles Snowdon.
“Surprising and inventive ... funny and engaging” ***** WhatsOnStage (FoxedUP’s PRICELESS Underground, Theatre Souk, 2010)
“A wonderful piece of escapist drama, dark and richly enigmatic from the outset. Sparkling from beginning to end.” Camden New Journal (Pericles Snowdon’s Bluebeard, 2009)
“Intriguing ... I was seduced and engaged” Time Out (Pericles Snowdon’s Bluebeard, 2009)