Early Closure of Wet Weather Cover

Oliver Cotton’s new play ‘Wet Weather Cover’ transfers in for a limited season after a sold out run at The Kings Head has been closed at the Arts Theatre after one week.

Rain. Spain. An epic movie on location. Two actors, two egos. One leaking trailer.
 
Wet Weather Cover, which starred with Brad (Michael Brandon – Dempsey and Makepeace, Jerry Springer The Opera) and Stuart (Steve Furst – Lenny Beige, Little Britain)  are two actors from very different backgrounds, one American, one English, with seemingly very little in common.   Trapped together in a small leaking trailer on a film set, unable to work because of torrential rain, tensions mount.  Secrets will be uncovered and resolutions undone in this critically acclaimed hilarious and explosive battle of wills.

Tickets on Sale for Wet Weather Cover at Arts Theatre

Rain. Spain. An epic movie on location. Two actors, two egos. One leaking trailer.
 
Brad (Michael Brandon – Dempsey and Makepeace, Jerry Springer The Opera) and Stuart (Steve Furst – Lenny Beige, Little Britain)  are two actors from very different backgrounds, one American, one English, with seemingly very little in common.   Trapped together in a small leaking trailer on a film set, unable to work because of torrential rain, tensions mount.  Secrets will be uncovered and resolutions undone in this critically acclaimed hilarious and explosive battle of wills.

Oliver Cotton’s new play transfers in for a limited season after a sold out run at The Kings Head.

Book Tickets for Wet Weather Cover at Arts Theatre!

Oliver Cotton’s Wet Weather Cover transfers to West End

Wet Weather Cover by Oliver Cotton which is directed by Kate Fahy and designed by Tanya McCallin, which had a limited run at the King’s Head Theatre from 20 Jan 2010 to 21 Feb 2010, will be transfering to the Arts Theatre from 6 April 2010 until 5 June 2010.

Michael Brandon (Dempsey and Makepeace, Jerry Springer The Opera) and Steve Furst (Lenny Beige, Little Britain) star in this hilarious and explosive battle of wills.

Press Reviews:

**** TIME OUT CRITICS’ CHOICE

“COTTON’S SCRIPT IS BEAUTIFULLY NUANCED….INTOXICATING” (Time Out)

“MICHAEL BRANDON AND STEVE FURST ARE TERRIFIC” (Time Out)

“BEAUTIFULLY ACTED” (The Times)

“A TRIO OF OUTSIZE, ROARING-BOY PERFORMANCES THAT THREATEN CONSTANTLY TO SPLIT THE SEAMS OF THIS COMPACT VENUE” (The Arts Desk)

***** “A THOROUGHLY ENGAGING EVENING’S ENTERTAINMENT” (Remote Goat)

“MICHAEL BRANDON IS INSPIRED CASTING…. PEPE BALDERRAMA STRUTS AND FRETS WITH APLOMB” (The Stage)

“BRANDON AND FURST BOTH TURN IN SKILLED COMIC PERFORMANCES” (whatsonstage.com)