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Some Treachery: A Miss McSkimming Mystery

Some Treachery: A Miss McSkimming Mystery

Saturday 13th May at 6pm
 
A radio play recorded in front of a live audience (hilarious sound effects included).
 
What at first seems like a trivial case soon reveals a plot that could shake the very foundations of the British Empire. With her faithful valet by her side, Miss McSkimming must deal with butlers, the police, mysterious men in the shadows and a hippo, to get to the bottom of what could be her biggest case yet.
 
A rollicking comedy with a chic lady investigator and mysteries abounding, this piece promises to delight audiences, young and old!

Taking place as part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe.

£10 Full price/£8 concessions

 www.blackshawonline.com

 

About Blackshaw Theatre Company
 
A theatre production company working in London and the surrounding areas, Blackshaw champions new writing and adaptations, but above all, strives to produce quality theatre to inspire an audience. Alongside their main productions, Blackshaw runs regular new writing nights at The Hen & Chickens, from which their annual Showcase Award was born. 

Blackshaw’s talented members and associates form an extensive network of writers, directors, actors, designers and technicians; all of whom see the value in embracing a wide range of disciplines, sharing knowledge, and supporting fellow practitioners to create great work.

Founded in 2010, Blackshaw’s productions include new works; Black Shuck by Duncan Hands (Oct 2016 – London Horror Festival; May 2016 – Wandsworth Fringe), Staying Alive by Kat Roberts (Nov 2015 – Pleasance Theatre), Audience with the Ghost Finder by M. J. Starling (May & Oct 2013 – Selkirk Upstairs & Etcetera Theatre), and Character by Florence Vincent (May 2014 & March 2015 – Selkirk Upstairs & Tristan Bates Theatre); as well as adaptations of Gormenghast: Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake (Apr 2012 – The Actors’ Church, Covent Garden) and Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (May 2014, May 2015 & July 2015 – Selkirk Upstairs, Battersea Library & The British Home).

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Reviews for Blackshaw Theatre

 

 

 

“engaging and dynamic…boundless energy and spirit…a little bit silly, a little bit scary and thoroughly worth a watch!” **** - 4 stars, Theatre Bubble (Black Shuck, 2016)

 

 

 

“Proof that given enough time, talent and perseverance, theatre that really says something about the human condition can be made.”
***** - 5 Stars, Female Arts (Staying Alive, 2015)

 

 

 

“…creative, imaginative and seemingly effortless style…The whole performance buzzed with energy, fun and joy.” * * * * *  –  5 stars, London Theatre 1 (Alice in Wonderland, 2015)

“…a rare chance to see some outstanding new writing…both plays on the double bill are brilliantly written and superbly acted, with ingenious staging” **** 4 Stars, Public Reviews (Audience with the Ghost Finder, 2013)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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