Temporary Theatre is pleased to invite you to the debut of ‘Bunco‘, a new comedy farce written by Yasmin Zadeh and directed by Rory Campbell. The show will take place at the beautiful Proud Archivist in Haggerston and runs from the 12th – 23rd of November. You have 3 choices. Dinner, Hoax or Late Night Drinks?
Get thrown back into the 1960s with this twisted game. Watch the story of Annabell & Sebastian, a couple running a seriously questionable business from their 6th floor London apartment. Over the course of one evening containing several outrageous house guests, their lives unravel; and their sickness is exposed for everyone to see. It’s a confidence game but who exactly is cheating? Oh and don’t forget about the man covered in blood under the table.
Featuring live music from Frankie & the BozBoys
Yasmin Zadeh is a writer, actor and along with director Rory Campbell is a founding member of Temporary Theatre.
In the last year, Yasmin has written for The Park, Soho and Arcola theatres. Recently she was invited to judge the Chicago Pride and Films Festival for 2014 and was nominated for the BBC Writersroom competition.
Cast includes: Stewart Agnew, Louise Trigg, Christopher Wickenden and Yasmin Blake.
Frankie & The Bozboys are a Skiffle & Roll band capturing the sound of the 1950’s & 60s. They are the in-house band of The Old Vic Pit Bar and they recently released their debut album ‘Long Road Home’.
The Proud Archivist
2 – 10 Hertford Road London, N1 5ET
Telephone 020 7749 6852
12th – 23rd November (Times Vary)
Wednesday 8th October 2014