Dress by Ganni. Bra by Coco de Mer. Knife by Stanley.
A gripping, at times hilarious revenge tale about an actress in her 40’s under investigation for the murder of an auteur theatre director.
Set against the backdrop of a stage production of Hitchcock’s Psycho, Emily Bruni (Peep Show) plunges us into the dark heart of show business.
Nominated for two Off West End Theatre Awards.
Image by The Other Richard / Russell Warren-Fisher
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★★★★★ 'Pitch perfect... if this dazzling monologue play and Bruni’s star turn are not nominated for any theatre prizes this year, I’ll be very surprised.' Camden New Journal
★★★★ 'Against a terrific wall of sound devised by Gareth Fry, Emily Bruni gives a powerhouse performance; it’s a role to relish which she seizes with everything she has.' ReviewsGate
★★★★ 'Emily Bruni is whipsmart narrator'The Reviews Hub
So yesterday evening I was lucky enough to see some theatre IN PERSON and it was a bit of magic! @emilybruni was mesmerising and I highly recommend trying to get yourself a ticket! Nature is healing folks!!! @neverforeverkt#pyschodramatheplay
Psychodrama — Never For Ever See this! Brilliant to be watching theatre again. Exquisitely satisfying! Terrific writing from Matt Wilkinson and a mercurial performance from @emilybruni Ace! https://t.co/hz0tY6qUvY