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Dessert - 2017 - West End Tickets, News, Info & More

A British financier and his wife host a lavish dinner party for their affluent American friends. The food is delicious, the conversation animated and dessert is on its way – when, from one second to another, the evening takes a sinister and alarming turn…

With dark comic moments and unexpected twists, this world premiere of Dessert, written by Oliver Cotton and directed by Trevor Nunn, is a powerful, thought-provoking play about wealth, greed and the lengths to which people will go to claim what’s theirs.

Schedule

Running Time: 2 hours and fifteen minutes, with one intermission

Southwark Playhouse

(London, )
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD, United Kingdom
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