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Keith? tickets are available for Patrick Marmion's new play
You don't want to miss your chance to snag Keith? ticket, we promise, it's an experience like none you've had before.
A Buddhist monk who used to be a South African gunrunner.
A naive startup millionaire whose ex-wife is a radical feminist.
Their daughter who met a young British Muslim while doing aid work in Syria.
A Serbian hitman with a conscience and a Brazilian cleaner who is off kilter.
From the team behind Great Apes
Writer Patrick Marmion and director Oscar Pearce come together again to bring you Keith? A Comedy. The team behind last year's successful adaptation of Will Self's novel Great Apes has come to the Arcola Theatre once more to knock your socks off. If you took Moliere and Euripides's Dionysus and mixed them together to create a supernatural conman, you'd have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Keith? The chaos and recrimination of life in Britain today is presented by this unusual cast of characters, maybe they'll even manage to convince us that life isn't always as bad as we think it is.
The show stars Mark Jax as Morgan, Natalie Klamar as Roxy, Joseph Milson as the eponymous Keith, Aki Omoshaybi as Mohammed, Sara Powell as Veena and Lizzie Winkler as Anna.
Keith? tickets are extremely limited and the run is only 3 weeks, so book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Don't forget to check out the rest of the Arcola season to get tickets to some of the best Off West End theatre in London!
Janet CHAPMAN7th March
Crackling dialogue and fantastic acting - greatly enjoyed it!
Patricia Joshi3rd March
Quirky with a great script. Very much life in London today. Our 18 and 17 sons loved it and want to seemore theatre now. Fantastic cast and great little theatre! Will go again for sure.
jessica lindsley2nd March
Absolutely fantastic show. Excellently written
I was delighted by the play - joyfully funny
Chelsea Almanzar25th February
We LOVED this production! It was so funny!
Josh Fitzpatrick21st February
really enjoyed the show and the theatre was wonderful had a great time
JemimaAstrid Brennen19th February
Witty, good acting, surprising and liberal.
LANCE JAY BROWN16th February
Smart, funny, excellent performances
Peter Knott15th February
A satirical poke at political correctness with religious overtones had the potential to be a really funny play. however the delivery of several witticisms within each dialogue was too fast and I found the concepts difficult to understand. Overall each character was excellently acted and apart from the very rapid use of terms and language that only a university don might understand; the plot was well developed. Sadly I found the ending to be childishly simplistic. Apart from one or two bawdy situations I could not find much to laugh at.
Colette 15th February
Keith is what you need for a good cheer up any day but extra funny on a dark Valentine's evening
Andrew Do so 15th February
For a low budget “local “ theatre it was a great evening out . I’m in north London for 2months so hope to visit again.