"The Delights of Dogs and The Problems of People is a study of domestic abuse. It asks what causes a mind to unravel and why we don’t recognise the dangers lurking under our own roofs until it’s too late. This is not a story of a monster and a victim – life is not that simple. Performed by Duncan Wilkins (Romeo and Juliet, MokitaGrit) and Rosalind Blessed (Octavia, RSC Barbican) and directed by Caroline Devlin (King Lear, Guildford Shakespeare Company), the production holds dear the pure love of a dog and an owner even as human relationships become destructive. Bound together by a discussion of common yet devastating issues, it will be performed alongside Lullabies for the Lost."
8TH, 10TH, 11TH, 14TH, 16TH, 22ND, 24TH, 28TH, 30TH OF JANUARY AND 1ST OF FEBRUARY 2020, SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS, £16.50(£12.50), OLD RED LION THEATRE, LONDON
Photography by Natalie Wells (apologies for cropping your work for podcast artwork purposes).
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