Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Travesty, the debut play by Liam Williams, will make its premiere London run at New Diorama Theatre from September 6th.
The play focuses on the themes of gender, the ethical dimensions of modern love, and strangely enough, a lemon tart.
Travesty, is a tale of lost and confused millennials. It portrays of a couple of young, middle-class people who meet, start having sex and then don’t so much fall in love as cautiously negotiate their way into it. A more bitter and shapely type of love develops. This is a funny, honest, unflinching look at modern relationships.
Travesty is directed by Emily Burns. The cast is Lydia Larson (Ben) and Pierro Niel-Mee (Anna).
Travesty will form part of a double-header at New Diorama Theatre with Breach Theatre’s Fringe First-winning Tank. You can but tickets via the Diorama website.
Where: New Diorama Theatre, 15 - 16 Triton Street, Regent's Place, London, NW1 3BF
When: September 6th to 10th 2016.