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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  • Merrily We Roll Along

    Wed 29 Jan - Sat 1 Feb 2020

    A bittersweet story about youth, friendship and hope. Told backwards. Set in the glittering world of American showbiz, Merrily We Roll Along follows the journey of three extraordinary friends as they grow up, and grow apart. Beginning in 1976, their friendship lies in tatters. Frank is a musical genius who has sold out. Charley is an idealist still clinging to his dreams. Mary is a bril...

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    Wed 12 - Sat 15 Feb 2020

    Shadows of Troy is a bold new adaptation of two giants of ancient theatre - Sophocles’ Ajax, and Euripides’ Iphigenia at Aulis. A new translation presents these plays in tandem, creating a truly epic narrative of the most famous war in Western history. Under pressure to begin their campaign in Troy, the Greeks wait to set sail. Military tension erupts into familial agony when a seer dec...

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