N.F. Simpson’s Play A Resounding Tinkle at Rosemary Branch

Steel Theatre presents A Resounding Tinkle, by N.F. Simpson at The Rosemary Branch from 12th to 23rd October 2010 (Tues – Sat) at 7:30pm.

The show is directed by KIM MOAKES, designed by KATERINA ANGELOPOULOU and cast include BEN HIGGINS. LIZZY MACE. ALEX MORGAN. HAYLEY RICHARDSON.

Bro and Middie Paradock are your average couple; they’re interested in politics, enjoy a good book with coffee, and get an elephant delivered once a year. But what happens when the elephant is the wrong size? And is it really possible to turn Bro into a computer? Will the technician hold up the action for longer than is absolutely necessary? Perhaps the arrival of son, Don will return life to normality. This, of course, entirely depends on what normality is and whether there was any of it in the first place.

A hilariously absurd British play from new company, STEEL THEATRE. A RESOUNDING TINKLE premiered at the Royal Court on 1st December 1957.

N.F. SIMPSON inspired great comic writers from Peter Cook to the Monty Python team. Love Brass Eye and the Mighty Boosh and you’ll love this.

Through the re-imagination of classics and exploration of quality new writing, STEEL THEATRE creates strong, intelligent and visually spectacular productions to entertain and inspire modern, diverse audiences.

Artistic Director KIM MOAKES trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and has recently been working with SECOND SKIN THEATRE in the WEST END. Her credits as director include LIVE AND LET LIVE (Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter), CINDERFELLA (Escape, Kingston), SHAPE OF THINGS (Cockpit Theatre, London).

For more information, go visit: www.rosemarybranch.co.uk