Elephant & Castle

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7th June 2017

Studio Theatre

Tom Adams and Lillian Henley present;

The first thing I said to my partner Lillian in my sleep was 'I want to get in a cupboard and
take you to Elephant and Castle.'


Do you tell the truth when you talk in your sleep? Does your sleep talk even make sense? And
could it just be that you analyse your relationships in a way that’s more honest than you do when
you’re awake?


That’s the dangerous premise behind ‘Elephant and Castle,’ a new, experimental show that springs
from three years of recorded sleep talk.


From there, it becomes tender, funny, uncomfortable and dark too, as the mutterings never quite
take the form of honest coherence. But does the incoherence conceal the truth? Is there something
struggling to be said? Something perhaps that is painful and potentially disastrous for this
relationship?


Using live music and extracts from those recordings, Elephant and Castle is a Gig Theatre show
about how honest it’s possible to be and have your relationship survive.


'Lillian Henley supplies a rich complementary score. It’s Kafka meets Little Shop of
Horrors' - WhatsOnStage on 1927’s Golem
‘The Wainwrights in PJ’s’ - Audience Member
‘The wife and husband dynamic between Lillian and Tom is wonderful! Their singing and voices
together sound beautiful.’ - Audience Member
‘Lillian Henley’s piano score is perfect’ - Libby Purves, The Times on Regents Park Open Air
Theatre production of Pride and Prejudice
‘A Totally Unique Comedy Experience’ - Time Out on Tom Adams’ Lounge Gigs



Full Price £12.00 Concessions £10.00

This is an unreserved event

Concessions for OAP, Student IBA, and Disabled

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Venue Information

Studio Theatre
Box office
01423 502116
Email
boxoffice@harrogatetheatre.co.uk
Location
6 Oxford Street,
Harrogate
HG1 1QF
Show Dates and times

Book tickets online now or call our box office on 01423 502 116

Wednesday, 07 June 2017
19:45