Truth’s a Dog Must to Kennel, Fringe
TRUTH'S A DOG MUST TO KENNEL
Please note that this show will take place at The Lyceum Studio: Venue 593
The final version of Truth's a Dog Must to Kennel is now returning to the Edinburgh Fringe from Saturday 6 - Sunday 28 August.
By Tim Crouch
Not here but in another place.
In another place the country is being torn apart. Not in this place, remember, but in that other place the leader has lost control, people are being killed, someone is blinded.
But not here, you understand, not in this theatre here. Not this one.
Here, everything’s just fine. Everything’s hilarious. The Fool leaves King Lear before the killing starts. In Truth's A Dog Must to Kennel he enters a virtual reality and returns to the wreckage of the world he left both onstage and off. In this extraordinary new play by Tim Crouch, King Lear meets stand-up meets the metaverse.
Truth's a Dog Must to Kennel is a Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh production.
Cast and Credits
in alphabetical order
Performer Tim Crouch
Writer Tim Crouch
Co-Directors Karl James and Andy Smith
Sound Designer Pippa Murphy
Creative Associates Brian Ferguson and Adura Onashile
Dates, Times & Prices
6 - 28 August 2022
£12 PREVIEW, 8pm & 8.15pm
Saturday 6, Sunday 7 and Tuesday 9 August
Wednesday - Saturday
£16 - £20
Limited tickets available to those in receipt of Pension Credit, Universal Credit, Income Support, or Job Seekers Allowance.
£5 per ticket
Running time: 1hr 10min
Thursday 18 August, 8.15pm
RELAXED PERFORMANCE & BSL INTERPRETED
Wednesday 24 August, 8.15pm
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