“The Dreadful Hours is carried out with skill and passion, interspersed with silent pauses to do Harold Pinter proud”
What’s on Stage
“An exciting and thought-provoking piece of theatre”
“Yorgos Karamalegos and Elinor Randle create the best dance scene this side of John Travolta and Uma Thurman’s in Pulp Fiction… a stunning stylised performance”
A sad but always amusing piece… Sharply directed by Javier Marzan From Peepolykus with both performers being highly likeable, it makes an excellent opener for the new season”
Manchester Evening News
“Strong, innovative, combining comedy and tragedy in a most creative fashion… will have your mind ticking as you sit down for dinner the following day”
The Dreadful Hours is a darkly comic, physically charged drama that exposes the quiet disintegration of love’s first flourish through one couple’s relationship. What happens when one hour’s dinner can seem like years, yet years seem to pass in a heartbeat?
Combining Tmesis Theatre’s trademark physicality with new writing from acclaimed Northwest playwright Chris Fittock, this wonderfully inventive production, directed by Peepolykus’ master of the ridiculous, Javier Marzan, will take you on an emotional and humorous journey with striking visuals and an original sound design.
A collaboration with Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse.
(Running time: 70mins)
A HILARIOUS DINNER YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS! IT WILL CHANGE THE WAY YOU SEE YOURSELF AND YOUR RELATIONSHIPS!
Devised by: Tmesis Theatre and Chris Fittock
Written by: Chris Fittock
Creative collaborator/director: Javier Narzan (Peepolykus)
Sound design/creative input: Xenia Bayer
Lighting Design: Mark Williams
Set/costume design: Kevin Pollard
Performed by: Elinor Randle and Yorgos Karamalegos