World Premiere of Sheltered
A dark satire about homelessness at the Tabard Theatre
'Sheltered' , a dark satire about the homeless and the heartless will have its World Premiere at the Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, W4 1LW from 18 November - 6 December 2014
London: Christmas Day. Middle class couple Harry and Tamsin invite young homeless man Rory into their home to share Christmas with them and their daughter, Jenna. Presents are opened; parlour games played; parsnips and sprouts prepared. It soon becomes obvious that Rory is no typical rough sleeper, however. And when Harry’s arch-nemesis Donald and his wife Marissa arrive accompanied by their own homeless guest, what initially appeared to be an act of faintly patronising charity reveals itself as something much less festive, but much more exciting – and dangerous. No-one present will escape unscathed and unchanged from the ultimate disastrous family Christmas.
Greg A. Smith’s dark satire about the homeless and the heartless is a black adult comedy for the festive season.
Times: Tuesday – Saturday 7:30pm Price: £16 (£14 concessions).
Previews (18 - 20 November): All tickets £10 Box Office / Tickets.
November 16, 2014