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Soho Theatre, London3.02 reviews
Every family has a dark underbelly. Especially the perfect ones.

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On a regular Sunday morning, Walt sits in his sunny suburban kitchen while wife Barb makes him breakfast. It’s not long before the mundane descends into madness.

Award-winning US playwright, Mary Laws, exposes the darker side of happily ever after in the UK premiere of this cutting, absurdly funny, twisted tragedy.

Starring Gala Gordon (Three Sisters; Young Vic, The Blinding Light; Jermyn Street Theatre and The Crown), Gareth David-Lloyd (Three Women and a Piano Tuner; Hampstead Theatre; Torchwood, Holby City and Waterloo Road), Adrianna Bertola (Matilda and Charlie & The Chocolate Factory; West End) and Matt Barkley (Gangsta Granny; West End).

Mary Laws’ plays include Bird Fire Fly, Wonderful, The Drive, What A Very Pretty Pageant!, Stand (an autumn play), The Trapeze Artist and This. As a screenwriter, her credits include AMC’s  TV series Preacher and The Neon Demon.


Additional Information

Age restriction

18+

Running time

1 hour 20 minutes

Performance dates

20 May - 24 June 2018

Content

18+. Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature and graphic violence including stage blood.

Venue Information

Soho Theatre21 Dean St Soho, London, W1D 3NE

Customer Reviews

2 reviews3.0

Toby24th June

Enjoyed the performance - an edgy play with strong roles from the two women.

Can Huzmeli24th June

The play was very nice but we were deceived by the seat plan you showed us on the website. We bought row E and according to the seat plan it was the 5th row. However, the seats at the venue start from D and we were sitting at the second row! When I bought the tickets almost all seats were available and I could choose any of them. This was a big disappointment. How can something so simple like showing the right seating plan fails at a website that is purely for buying tickets?