'The Boy Who Cried' At The Tabard Theatre

A new play by Matt Osman, for one week only


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Book online at www.tabardtheatre.co.uk or 08448 472264

Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, London W4 1LW

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Following a month long run at The Hope Theatre, 'The Boy Who Cried' a new play by Matt Osman, transfers to the Tabard theatre for one week only from 9 - 12 April. The production is by Rough Haired Pointer theatre group.

A young girl has gone missing last night, believed murdered.
Everyone knows werewolves lurk behind every front door. It is the duty of the State to have them hunted down, tortured and terminated.

There are no police here, only ‘Protection’ Officers.
Sam Elvin has been locked in his mental turmoil for years, and his room for days. Apart from last night - when he was found naked and
crazed on the Embankment.

What choice does his anxious mother
have but to call in the services of the Protection Officer? And can he
prove Sam’s wolfishness before the next full moon?

A heady brew of George Orwell, R D Laing and Jacobean tragedy’
Michael Coveney - WhatsOnStage

‘Rough Haired Pointer roll werewolves and absurdism together in this
imaginative, blackly comic look at alienation and our fear of what
might be lurking inside other people…. Fiercely original and sharply

Tom Wicker - TimeOut

Playwright | Matt Osman
Director | Mary Franklin
Set Designer | Chris Hone
Lighting Designer | Seth Rook Williams
Producer | Jessica Stewart
Cast | Jake Curran, Hamish Macdougall, Jordan Mallory-Skinner,
Shelley Lang, and Loz Keystone

9 – 12 April
Wednesday - Saturday 7.30pm;
Saturday Matinee 4.00pm
Tickets | £12.00-£14.00
Box Office | 020 8995 6035

April 1, 2014

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