A SCRATCH NIGHT
8-9 JUNE 2019
7:30PM SATURDAY & SUNDAY
A collection of short, original pieces, all centred around the topic of modern day masculinity; what it is, it's flaws, the mental challenges and how men can struggle to find their place in society.
The pieces selected to be performed are written by That Lot company members and guest artists, each bringing an original perspective to the topic of modern masculinity.
Running time approximately 90 minutes with a 15 minute interval.
20 - 24 NOVEMBER 2018
7:30PM | 2:30PM MATINEE ON SATURDAY
Soho, London 1958.
Violence. Drugs. Rock ‘n’ roll.
In the seedy underworld of the late 1950s rock ‘n' roll scene, a club owner and
a gangland boss fight for control of Silver Johnny, the latest young sensation.
This fast-paced black comedy is filled with pills, murder, kidnapping and cake.
Mr Ross is waiting.
Jez Butterworth’s Mojo first premiered at the Royal Court in 1995, winning the
Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Comedy and earned writer Jez Butterworth
the George Devine Award and Evening Standard Theatre Award for Most