Dreams of Violence

Out of Joint and Soho Theatre presents

Out of Joint, regular visitors to the Library Theatre, are back in October with a brand-new show, Dreams of Violence, which is at the theatre between Tuesday 20 – Saturday 24 October.
This highly topical new comedy by Stella Feehily is about Hildy, a cleaner in the City of London, who is planning the downfall of capitalism at the same time as juggling a chaotic home life. Featuring Catherine Russell and Paula Wilcox, and directed by Max Stafford-Clark, _Dreams of Violenc_e promises to be one of the highlights of the autumn 2009 season at the Library Theatre.
It will be a particularly special show for Manchester-born Paula Wilcox, whose starring run in 1970s ITV sitcom Man About The House remains one of the best-loved performances of the era – it was at the Library Theatre, when she saw a performance of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part 1 in September 1964 as part of her A-level studies, that she was first bitten by the acting bug.
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*”Full of idiosyncratic wit…” *
The Guardian
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*”A sleekly menacing production… Naggingly compelling” *
The Times
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*”A modern tragicomedy that presents a bitter truth… Recommended” *
The Daily Telegraph
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*”An astute production… Witty and compassionate” *
The Financial Times
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