The show: Cheese

       Cheese, a play by Nikki Schreiber

 
Cheese is a unique play which explores the financial crisis, the environment and the challenges of creating a genuinely sustainable economy, all done through cheese! It is a political comedy about the end of the world as we knew it, and what happens next. Written allegorically, Schreiber’s play moves away from a literal, reportage-type approach and instead explores events causing the financial crisis in human, behavoural terms.

In line with the themes and concepts discussed within the play, Cheese will be powered by electricty generated in gyms and community centres local to the performance venue.

Venue and details:

Floor One, 29-31 Oxford Street, London, W1D 2DR

10 – 28 September 2013 | Monday – Saturday | 7.30pm

£15 | £10 concessions (U26, students, Equity)

10 & 11 Sep: all tickets £10

Joe and Freya have it all: the job, the car, the house made of Emmental in an up-and-coming part of town. Sure, they have the odd disagreement over the best way to make fondue – but they’re living the dream, more or less. 

Then one morning, the cheese runs out. There’s no explanation and someone seems to have changed the rules overnight. So Joe sets off on a journey through a labyrinth of cheese hole tunnels to investigate; he finds unexpected laboratories, factories, casinos – and some worrying clues that he had more to do with the cheese disappearance than he originally thought.

Book tickets here!

For more information from the FanSHEN webpage click here

 

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