19 to 24 May 2009

in the Studio Theatre

Hound and Magritte

Tom Stoppard double-bill

The Real Inspector Hound & After Magritte

Part of Brighton Festival Fringe 2009

The Real Inspector Hound
directed by Mark Wilson

 

Two theatre critics attend a performance of an Agatha Christie type 'whodunnit?', little knowing that they will become key players in the lives of the drama they have gone to review.

This is the play where 'real life' ends up on stage and 'on stage' ends up in the audience. And, if that doesn't do anything for you, it's also one of the funniest plays ever written.

After Magritte
directed by Martin Nichols

Q: What's going on?
A: Well, it's 35 minutes of mayhem. It's absurd, surreal, hilarious, ingenious and very curious to boot. Imagine "Dad's Army Meets Derrida". "Steptoe and Schopenhauer".

Review