Keith’s failing – as actor, lover, and liver. Middle-aged and middle-talented, he’s finally cast in his dream play. In his nightmare role...
Catch Cambridge University’s hottest young talent in a riotous new comedy that features a film- and a play-within-a-play, the most outrageous Shakespearean death scene the world has ever seen, and cross-dressing – all packed into “probably the most enjoyable hour I've ever spent in any theatre, anywhere, anyever.” (George Reynolds, Varsity)
Nominated for the prestigious Harry Porter Prize, and with rumours rife of a cameo appearance from one of the titans of British theatre, this hour upon the stage is set to be (or not to be) one not to miss.
“Very funny.” - Germaine Greer
“An abomination.” - Dr Abigail Rokison, British Shakespeare Association
★★★★★ “Genius... A great piece of new writing, flawlessly acted and very, very funny...You won’t just enjoy Struts and Frets—you’ll remember it.” - George Reynolds, Varsity
★★★★ “Fun in abundance... A little ray of sunshine.” - TCS