The Victorian in the Wall

by Will Adamsdale, with additional material from Jason Barnett, Chris Branch, Matthew Steer & Melanie Wilson

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Latte-land... 4x4s, grand design knock-throughs, organic everything. A work-shy writer discovers a Victorian man living in the wall of his flat. Everyone's pretty surprised. Adjustments need to be made. Can the strange visitor unlock his hopeless career? His flagging relationship? A story buried in these walls for over a century? (Doubt it. Maybe. Yes.) Contains jokes, songs, banging on recycling boxes, a talking fridge... Will Adamsdale was the winner of the Perrier Award for Comedy in 2004 for Jackson's Way which later played at the Royal Court in 2011, as part of The London Jacksathon – a marathon tour of 26 London venues. He also won a Scotsman Fringe First and Total Theatre Award for The Receipt with Chris Branch. In Spring 2012, The Summer House, a collaboration with Matthew Steer, Neil Haigh and John Wright, ran at the Gate Theatre. Lyndsey Turner co-directs. She directed Laura Wade's play Posh in the West End and at the Royal Court. Her other work at the Royal Court includes Our Private Life, A Miracle and Contractions. Her other credits include Philadelphia! Here I Come at the Donmar Warehouse, Edgar And Annabel and There Is A War at the National Theatre, and Joseph K and Nocturnal at the Gate. She is associate director at Sheffield Theatres where her work includes Alice and The Way of the World. Age Guidance 14+ !! "Playtext available from our online bookshop": (UK postage only) The Victorian in the Wall will be on a UK Tour before its run at the Royal Court. "Bristol Old Vic": 21 – 23 March "Malvern Theatre": 26 March "Brewery Arts Centre": , Kendal 28 March "Brighton Dome Studio Theatre": 2 – 3 April "Unity Theatre": , Liverpool 5 – 6 April "Northern Stage": , Newcastle 9 – 10 April The Studio, "Royal Exchange Theatre": , Manchester 12 – 13 April "Corn Exchange": , Newbury 16 – 17 April "Porabola Arts Centre": , Cheltenham 19 April "Lakeside Theatre": , Colchester 24 April "Lighthouse": , Poole 26 – 27 April Royal Court, London 11 May – 8 June A "Fuel": and Royal Court Theatre co-production !/files/images/applicationfiles/894.2656.FUEL_LOGO/129x61.bywidth.jpg! Funded by Arts Council England, the PRS for Music Foundation and the Unity Theatre Trust.


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