The playwright and creative team behind the Time Out Critics' Choice productions of Doig The Musical With No Singing, No Dancing and Very Little? Music and Beak Street, return to the Tabard Theatre to present the world premiere of Greg Freeman's No Picnic, an allegorical comedy that explores the crisis of conscience of teddy bears. The show plays through April 7.
Check out the production photos below!
Invited to a picnic in the woods, Alfie, Ludovic and Julius witness a disturbing incident that seriously alters their existence. In an unreal world that meets reality, three cuddly teddy bears who cannot lie and a weird doll that can, embark on a precarious journey to save their skins.
No Picnic, designed and directed by Ken McClymont, marks the third Greg Freeman show at the Tabard Theatre following the seminal critical smashes of Doig and Beak Street.
This play is not suitable for children.
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Ludovic (Dan Frost), Greta (Helen Russell Clark), Clown (Rhys King), Julius (James Sygrove)
Julius (James Sygrove) and Ludovic (Dan Frost)
Clown (Rhys King) Ludovic (Dan Frost), Julius (James Sygrove)
Clown (Rhys King)
Greta (Helen Russell Clark), Ludovic (Dan Frost), Julius (James Sygrove)