by Kathryn Griffiths
October 14 - 19th 2014, Camden People's Theatre
Felicity has run away.
She may have accidentally murdered her step-dad, left her lovely mum in the lurch, and forgotten her shoes, but now she’s in the Big Smoke and she’s determined to make a clean start.
Unfortunately for Felicity, the first people she meets are not London’s most savoury offerings…
First there’s Maggie May-Lynn, the disheveled Madam of London’s Worst Brothel, who sends her on a mission to find some new clientele. Next she meets Melbany, the happy-go-lucky Aussie barmaid with approximately two brain cells and a slight alcohol problem. And finally there’s Finn Crawford: a gorgeous, gay, sex-a-holic artist, who’s just been cut off by her patron for sleeping with all her models, including her patron’s wife.
Between a crotchety artist, an idiot chef, an eighty-year-old arsonist and a horny teenage girl, Kat Griffith’s one-woman show is an unwholesome farce about art, sex, and the lovelorn lay-abouts of London-town.
'Intensely heartfelt... you may end up leaving with a puzzling, dull ache in your chest' - Exeunt
'Energetic, hilarious and absurd one-woman show full of richly drawn characters' - Everything Theatre
Director – Celine Lowenthal
Designer – Anna Reid
Lighting Design – Christopher Nairne
Producer – Héloïse Werner
Assistant Producers – Catriona Renton and Siana Bangura
Production Manager – Stuart Moore
Stage Manager – Rachel Cunliffe
Publicity Designer – Emma Werner
Production Photographer – Thurstan Redding
Programme Designer – Stephen Henderson