Naked Truth a controversial, cynical new play written by comedian and author Johnny Tait (Conscience and Factor 2025), premieres at the Leicester Square Theatre on Saturday, 4th March 2017 at 3.00pm.
We leap forward and reality TV has taken on a new twist, the government are using it to cover up what is really going on in the world, the viewing figures are higher than anything any TV show has ever had in the history of broadcasting but have the producers gone too far?
From the twelve housemates that begun, we are now down to five who have nothing whatsoever in common apart from the fact that they all have enough skeletons in their cupboard to fill the average cemetery which they are forced against their will to reveal. The dead bodies of housemates following their dismissal from the household result in the biggest ever hunt for a serial killer that the British police have ever staged.
Starring Mairi Houston (As sweet butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth Alice), Charlie Bailey (As Trevor the Traffic Warden who despises everyone he meets), Chrissy Lynn (As Elizabeth a blatant snob) Chloe Oliver (A glamour model/ actress that will do anything to land her dream role) Ian ‘Blocks’ Robinson (A cold-hearted assassin) and Johnny Tait (As Jimmy Slade a has-been comedian trying to revive his career). With more twists and turns than the average rollercoaster, Naked Truth is sure to be a West End hit before embarking on a nationwide tour. Contains extreme adult content, not suitable for children.
Read our 5-star review of Factor 2025 at The Rhodes Arts Complex
Having read the novel Factor 2025 which at times had me laughing out loud when I wasn’t feeling like I wanted to slap the central character. I was interested to see how the book would be adapted to the stage.
Comedian and author Johnny Tait has very cleverly written a play with a deep disturbing underlining story of how far a TV producer is prepared to go to increase viewing figures. With there being no boundaries on how far the producer Trenton Powell is prepared to manipulate the hopefuls seeking fame and fortune.
Leicester Square Theatre
Saturday, 4th March 2017
Running Time approx 90 minutes
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