The Pitchfork Disney

The Pitchfork Disney

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“It's a ghost train, Mr Chocolate. People love it. Sitting there in the dark. Having the living daylights scared out of them…”

Something happened ten years ago, too terrible to speak about. Presley and Haley have been living in their dead parents’ flat ever since, surviving on chocolate and “Mum and Dad’s medicine”. But one day, after Haley falls asleep, Presley invites a strange young man in, and their world is threatened once again…

The Pitchfork Disney caused an uproar when it premiered 28 years ago, with fainting audience members and divided critics. Now recognised as a highly influential show, this new production reinterprets a bold and confrontational style of theatre for 2019

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By Philip Ridley

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