A LITTLE NONSENSE

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A play by Oliver Hoare


Pleasance This, Edinburgh

30th July - 25h August 2014


The Cluny 2, Newcastle

28th July 2014


The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

21st - 25th July 2014


The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter

14th -16th July 2014


The Rag Factory, Brick Lane, London

11th July & 13th July 2014


The Tolmen Centre, Constantine, Cornwall

5th July 2014


BikeShed Theatre, Exeter

February 4th - 14th 2014


Upstairs @ The Three and Ten, Brighton

September 19th - 21st 2013


City Gate Hotel, Exeter

June 4th - 6th 2013


Upstairs @ The Three and Ten, Brighton May 9th - 11th 2013


Brewery Theatre, Bristol

February 25th 2013


BikeShed Theatre, Exeter

February 12th 2013


The Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

November 5th - 9th 2012


CREATIVES

Director - Anna Girvan

Producer - Holly McGrane/Matthew Whittle

Music - Oliver Hoare &

              Eleanor Yates


CAST  (CURRENT)

Clown - Andy Kelly

Man - Matt Christmas


CAST  (PAST - Feb  2013 - Feb  2014)

Clown - Adam Blake

Man - Harry Humberstone


CAST  (PAST - Nov  2012)

Clown - Adam Blake

Man - Alan Conlon

REVIEWS


‘It’s a rare and precious thing to find a show which is not only brilliant, but brilliant in such a wide range of ways.

                                                                                                          ★★★★★ Broadway Baby     

                                                       

‘A truly superb piece of fringe theatre, with incredibly well structured writing, featuring moments of great pathos as well as high comedy, and strong performances!’


                                                                                                        ★★★★★ Mumble Theatre


There’s a lot of pleasure to be taken from this production. Both performances are very strong, energetic and precisely timed.’

                                                                                                                                             The Stage



'Absolutely bananas, poetic genius, hilarity for the heart'

                                                                                                                                   @8WordReview


‘the physical theatre of Blake was outstanding... a humorous yet thoughtful evening‘

                                                                                                                     Northcott Young Critics              

‘The audience was clearly having a whale of a time’

                                                                                                                                Exeunt Magazine


It’s rare to discover a show which succeeds in balancing genuine hilarity and powerful drama, but Juncture Theatre certainly managed it...  A real gem of a show.’

                                                                                                                      ★★★★★ Latest 7


‘Captivating and exhilarating to watch... I would urge anyone who wants to be entertained and thought-provoked to see this show!’

Wildfire


‘Genuinely faultless... outstanding piece of theatre’

★★★★ Broadway Baby


Plenty to relish about this offbeat physical comedy’

★★★★ Fringe Guru


‘Like Enda Walsh and Beckett before him, Hoare balances claustrophobically frenzied comedy with strange, frozen moments of poetry.’

Bella Todd, IdeasTap


‘The double act of Adam Blake and Harry Humberstone was undeniably energetic and their ability to create physical comedy along with more disturbing hilarity was impressive’

Exepose


‘This production is exciting and engaging and very funny.’

★★★★ The Post


Blake is incredibly funny, and has the ability to make the audience laugh with a single look or twitch of the eyebrows’

★★★★ The Public Review

ABOUT


Bitterly frustrated by a Clown's freedom to play and inability to take life seriously, a Man has taken it upon himself to teach this Clown a lesson and beat some sense into him. A Little Nonsense follows the love and loathing between this tortured double-act and questions endurance and the importance of light and shade in our lives.