Tourists' Influence on the Incline of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
    By Rodolfo Santana

    21:30, Tue 18th – Sat 22nd June 2013 at Corpus Playroom
    Easter May Week

    Florence, high summer. The flowers are in bloom, the choirs are singing and the tourists are horrifying monsters with a taste for human flesh.

    Fortunately, humanity stumbles across one last line of defense, as Nikita - a Venezuelan opera-singer who moonlights as an assassin - teams up with Dante - an Italian hotel receptionist with a penchant for murdering annoying holiday-makers. It's a race against time as, together, the two of them must find the source of the tourism virus before they too become infected.

    Ultimately, it's a heart-warming and hilarious story with one simple message: true love conquers all - up to and including wolfmen in flip-flops.

    Written by acclaimed Venezuelan playwright Rodolfo Santana, 'Tourists' Influence' comes to the British stage for the first time, in a translation by Charles Philip Thomas.



    Production Team