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BAD JEWS run extended to 11th July 2015 at Arts Theatre

Bad Jews Arts TheatreDue to popular demand, Theatre Royal Bath Productions is delighted to announce an additional six week run of Joshua Harmon’s BAD JEWS at London’s Arts Theatre. The critically-acclaimed production will now run until 11th July 2015, following sell out runs at Ustinov Studio, Bath and St James Theatre, London.

Superb performances, under Michael Longhurst’s direction, make this a gripping production” The Observer

A beloved grandfather — and Holocaust survivor — has died, and a treasured family heirloom with religious significance is up for grabs. But who is most deserving of it? Bossy, overbearing, fanatically religious Daphna? Her wealthy cousin Liam, who’s just returned from skiing with his non-Jewish girlfriend Melody? Or Jonah, his brother, who would prefer not to get involved in the fight? A cramped Manhattan apartment becomes the setting for a viciously hilarious brawl over family, faith and legacy as the contenders set at each other’s throats on the night after the funeral. “Blisteringly funny...” Sunday Times

The original Bath and St James cast will retain their roles; Jenna Augen will play the role of Daphna, Gina Bramhill will play Melody, Joe Coen will play Jonah and Ilan Goodman will play Liam. “Ferociously clever… a visceral thrill” Evening Standard

 

LISTINGS INFORMATION
Venue: Arts Theatre, Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB
Dates: Until 11th July 2015
Times: Monday – Saturday, 7.30pm; Thursday and Saturday Matinees, 2.30pm
Tickets: Mon – Thurs and Matinees, £20- £45; Friday and Saturday, £24.50 – £49.50
Box Office: 020 7836 8463 / www.artstheatrewestend.co.uk

Wednesday 20th May 2015

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