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A sexy and revealing exploration of fame, celebrity and stardom in the 21st Century from Simon Stephens, the Olivier Award-winner author of West End hit The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
With a week left on his sold-out international tour, rock star Paul is more famous than ever. Everybody looks when he walks into a room. They all know his name. They know he can have whatever he wants. He can screw anybody he wants. Buy anything. Eat anything. Drink anything. Smoke anything. Go anywhere.
But the pressure is starting to get to him, and with the inevitable return home looming, Paul is set to implode at any moment.
Under the direction of MTC’s Associate Director Leticia Cáceres, this thrilling contemporary satire features a stellar cast including Mark Leonard Winter (Balibo), Anna Samson (The Sublime) and Peta Sergeant (Satisfaction).
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Captivating, insightful and darkly humorous… It gets under your skin.
Mark Leonard Winter is captivating
One of Britain’s most important contemporary playwrights.
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- Contains strong language, partial nudity, strobe lighting, haze, references to drug use, suicidal themes and the use of herbal cigarettes.
- FM Hearing Systems are available for this production
- This production will be audio described on 7 July (6.30pm) and 11 July (4pm, with tactile tour at 3pm). If you wish to book tickets for these performances please contact our Box Office on 8688 0800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org