3 to 17 May 2008

in the Studio Theatre

Mojo

Mojo

by Jez Butterworth

directed by Frank McCabe

Part of Brighton Festival Fringe 2008

"Where else could we have this much fun?"

Silver Johnny is a teen singing sensation on the brink of fame and fortune, and his friends who work at The Atlantic are desperate for a stake in his success. On the brink of a deal being struck with a West End impresario to take Johnny to America, there's a small hitch – the club's owner is murdered and Johnny abducted.

Mojo is a grimy, amphetamine-fuelled black farce, winner of the Olivier Award for Best Comedy when it appeared at The Royal Court in 1995.

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