DRIFTWOOD & RUBBER RING
Saturday 11th November 2017 - 7:30 pm
Many local people remember Margaret who used to reign over the campsite at Walberswick.
Working with memory and imagination playwright Peppy Barlow and actress Pauline Dent have created a cameo piece that brings this fascinating character to a wider audience. ±15 mins
Directed by Siobhan James Elliot
Winner of Pulse Festival's Suitcase Prize 2017. Jimmy is sixteen, sexually confused and stuck in Sheringham. He's screwed. Well he's not actually: that's the problem... When pop star Morrissey comes to London, Jimmy flees to the city to find his hero and himself. Rubber Ring is a laugh-out-loud coming of age comedy about a Norfolk teenager's struggle with sexual and regional identity. It comes to The Cut following critically acclaimed runs at The Pleasance Islington and The Tristan Bates Theatre in London's West End.
★★★★★ "There are few things I've enjoyed more than Rubber Ring" London City Nights
★★★★★ "McDermott is an emerging talent in total control of his craft" Boyz Magazine
★★★★ "McDermott writes with punchlines that leave you teary-eyed from laughing” Camden Review
★★★★ “A humorous look at rural England and the challenges facing LGBT teens who live far away from the big city… There are few plays I have seen that had audiences laughing so long and so regularly" Carns Theatre Passion
★★★★ "A sensitively told tale of a young man finding his place in the world” West End Wilma