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Entertaining Mr Sloane

London Classic Theatre present

Entertaining Mr Sloane

By Joe Orton

Thurs 3 - Sat 5 July 2014

  • Presented at Belgrade Main stage
  • Tickets: From £9.50 - £20 Concessions from £8.75 - £18

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Middle-aged Kath and her elderly father, Kemp, live in a house on the outskirts of a rubbish dump. Their drab existence is interrupted by the arrival of a young and attractive lodger, the enigmatic Mr Sloane.

Provocative and sexually ambiguous, Sloane soon has both wannabe temptress Kath and her brother Ed competing for his favours. But all is not as it seems. Behind Sloane’s nonchalant demeanour lies a calculating psychopath with a dark and secretive past. Seduction, blackmail and murder lie waiting in the wings.

Entertaining Mr Sloane was first staged at the Arts Theatre, London, in 1964, winning the London Critics ‘Variety’ award for Best Play of the Year. Its unique blend of farce and black comedy beautifully captures the suppressed desires of the period.

With thirty critically-acclaimed productions since their debut in 2000, London Classic Theatre have established a reputation for producing bold and imaginative theatre of the highest quality. This revival of their 2003 production of the play celebrates the 50th anniversary of Orton’s classic black comedy.

Recommended age: 14+

Thu 3 Jul 7:45pm
Fri 4 Jul 7:45pm
Sat 5 Jul 2:30pm
Sat 5 Jul 7:45pm

Entertaining Mr Sloane: Meet the Cast Part 1

Posted by anon on 13th June 2014

In this video we meet the cast of Entertaining Mr Sloane and discover the dark and funny story behind this play in it's 50th Anniversary year. Read more

Acceptable in the 60s

Posted by anon on 26th June 2014

From paisley prints to taxidermy ducks, see the photos below of 1960s props hidden in around Simon Kenny's set design. Read more

In Search of Mr Sloane

Posted by anon on 19th June 2014

Watch part two of our video interview with the cast of Entertaining Mr Sloane. Read more

Entertaining Mr Sloane: Interview with Simon Kenny

Posted by anon on 17th June 2014

We had a quick chat with the Set and Costume Designer for Entertaining Mr Sloane, Simon Kenny. Read more

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