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Eastern Angles December 2017 - January 2018
A gang of crooks escape Norwich Prison, but before going their separate ways they plan one last job - using a performance of The Importance of Being Earnest as cover to rob the audience’s homes. The fly in the ointment, their Michael Ball obsessed theatrical landlady Binkie Blaine. Expect our usual fast-paced alternative musical mayhem and a script bursting with mad-cap banter and bonkers storylines!

'Pops with wit and invention' (The Stage)

'An enjoyable romp that was as silly as it was’d be a crime to miss out on the fun.' (Ipswich Star)

'Undeniably benign fun' (The Times)

'First-rate characterisation and some wonderfully absurd storytelling... Eastern Angles have always specialised in genre spoofs – poking fun at Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Hammer 'Horror and sci-fi B movies, now it’s clear they can have fun with comedy classics as well.' (East Anglian Daily Times)

Written by Anthony Burgess

Director - Laura Keefe 
Creative Producer - Tim Bell
Designer - Sean Turner
Musical Director/Composer - Dominic Conway
Deputy Musical Director - Claire Parry

Binkie - Emma Barclay
Scarfeet - Daniel Copeland
Left Eye - Todd Heppenstall
Kym - Keshini Misha
Smithy - Alex Prescot

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