Theatre Event

Cooking with Elvis

The Crescent Theatre Company presents

Cooking with Elvis

Suitable for 18+

by Lee Hall

11 - 18 Jun in the Studio at 7.45pm | Matinées: Sun 12 June & Sat 18 June at 2.45pm

Anticipated running time: 2 hours
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
 

There will be an After Dark discussion following the 19:45 performance on Fri, 17th Jun. Free to ticket holders.

This production contains partial nudity, strong language and adult themes.
 

By the writer of Billy Elliot, Lee Hall’s anarchic play is by turns camp, comic horrific, and in-your-face, a tragic farce about child abuse, wife abuse, sex, loss and cooking.


The comedy centres on Mam, a forty something English teacher, who likes a drink, and who has begun a relationship with Stuart, a twenty six year old baker, who likes to talk about his Christmas puddings. As the relationship gets more serious, Stuart gets to meet Mam's family: Jill, Mam’s fourteen year old daughter, a bit of a food obsessive, and Dad, an Elvis Presley impersonator before being paralysed in a car crash. Definitely not for children or those of a sensitive disposition!

Tickets: £11 | £10 Concessions | Sunday Matinee only: £6.00

Schools & Groups Ticket Offer: Tuesday - Thursday £5 | Friday & Saturday £8

To book School/Group tickets please telephone the Box Office on 0121 643 5858, between 10am - 7pm, Monday - Saturday.


DIRECTOR - Ian Robert Moule


THE CAST


Jill - Juilette Haines
Stuart - Damien Dickens
Mam - Liz Plumpton
Dad - Nick Owenford
STANLEY THE TORTOISE

PRODUCTION TEAM


Production Assistant - Mark Payne
Stage manager - Alan Bull
Costume Design - Rose Snape&Brenda Marshall
Set Design - Keith Harris
Lighting Design - Chriss Briggs
Sound Design - Kevin Middleton
Properties - Andrew Lowrie,Cameron Wilson & Emma Kirk

Production by arrangement with Samuel French
 

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