Why See Rabbits?
Sex, death and marriage - an inevitability?
Certainly not for the squeamish (we're putting it out there now that no rabbits are harmed during this production), this sinfully black comedy by Skins writer Joe Hampson explores the slow disintegration of a marriage - and the shocking lengths one will go to to revive their sex lives. Susan lives a sad and lonely existence, despite being married to Frank, who has a weird obsession with hats. Susan also has a pet rabbit; Frank has a diabolical plan to use said rabbit to rev up their love life - but will it all go to plan?
The plan involves taking the rabbit to be murdered by a psychopath - but will anybody be willing enough to do it? After all, there are some weird folks out there on the internet... this world premiere play marks Hampson's stage writing debut - and if it is anything like he has done for various TV comedies, be prepared for your jaw to drop!
Previews from: 26 July 2017
Opening night: 28 July 2017
Suitable for ages 14+
And before you stop reading
Friday 28 June performance starts at 7pm.
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