Jonathan Brown – him of the Father Monologues – and the cast of Something Underground Theatre Co have won the Best New Play Award at the Brighton Fringe Festival 2012 for their production The Last Lunch.
The Last Lunch, written and directed by Jonathan, is ‘a dark farce following the life and relationships of butcher Albert, his vegan son Mark, and a host of grotesque and grace-filled characters, as they move slowly and inevitably toward the abyss of realisation as to the consequences of their daily habits’.
Here’s an introduction to the characters, which you can catch in the South West in the coming weeks – June 15: Assembly Rooms, Glastonbury. 8pm; June 16: Bridgewater Arts Centre. 8pm; June 21-24: Barnstable Fringe Theatre Festival, Several dates; July 15: The Arts Theatre, West End, Great Newport Street London. 2.30pm.
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