The World Premiere of
THE SUPPER PARTY
by Alison Evans
When two young
hopefuls attend a party given by playwright Hector Grey
and his wife, Lady Cynthia, they soon discover that this
group of self-seeking celebrities have little interest
in helping them climb the ladder – being far too busy
attempting to promote themselves and out-do one another.
But when an uninvited guest shows up the party rapidly
descends from dreaded but harmless charades into a
full-blown horror show.
Reviewed by some of the
leading literary departments and after a week-long of
previews at the Old Sorting Office in Barnes, The
Supper Party premieres at the Tabard Theatre.
Supper Party is a comedy of manners with all its
sniping and flirting but is also a vigorous examination
about the age of consent and the duplicity surrounding
child abuse and cultural responsibility.
'Vigorously conceived and scrupulously
'Full of wit and humour...'
The Finborough Theatre
'Refreshing to see a playwright with ambition...'
The Orange Tree