KinkyFish presents 2 Battman plays at Hen & Chickens


KinkyFish Theatre continues its ongoing collaboration with playwright Duncan Battman by bringing two of his plays to the Hen & Chickens Theatre, in Islington, north London, this August, as part of the Camden Fringe 2014:

From 05 Aug to 09 Aug 2014

Consequences
Playwright: Duncan Battman
Set Design: Clotilde Lataille
Synopsis: Like ripples in a pond, actions always carry consequences. The discovery of a note left by a suicide victim triggers a re-investigation into the death of teenage prostitute Cilla Ward, who went missing 20 years ago. The line between victim and perpetrator, crime and honour, right and wrong are all brought starkly into question as the audience is granted an audience with Norman Watkinson - the suicide victim - to unravel the secrets he took to his grave.

From 12 Aug to 16 Aug 2014

Spoofing For Gordon
Playwright: Duncan Battman
Set Design: Clotilde Lataille
Synopsis: If a friend or loved one was faced with a terminal illness, how far would you be willing to go to help end their suffering? Spoofing for Gordon introduces four friends, meeting to fulfil a decade-old pact to decide - via a game of Spoof - who will help 'assist' the once fun-loving Gordon, now lying in a near-vegetative state. Promises and loyalties are put to the test as an agreement that ten years earlier seemed so clear-cut becomes complicated, each of them soon realising that nothing is black and white any more.

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