Show And Tell presents

Letters to Windsor House

A loophole in the Postal Services Act says you can open other people’s mail under certain circumstances. This is that certain circumstance…

The multi award-winning duo follow up their smash-hit show Women’s Hour with their Fringe First award-winning and Total Theatre award-nominated Letters to Windsor House. With songs, politics, dodgy landlords and detective work, this national housing crisis gets deeply personal in a “hilarious and heart-breaking” (Sunday Times) show for Generation Rent.

“Wild and refreshing… It comes together brilliantly in the end to produce non-stop entertainment that pleases in a way that you won’t quite be able to explain, nor fully understand.” – The Greater Manchester Reviewer

“It’s a brilliant and passionately conceived show… Frenetic and funny in its delivery. Laugh while you still can.” – Audience Bulldog

“A glorious, touching and unsettling experience that reverberates long after they have headed off to the bar.” – Unrestricted Views

★★★★ “A distinctive style of music-hall agitprop theatre imbued with wit and heart.” – The Times (behind paywall)

★★★★ “Pertinent social theatre.” – The Guardian

★★★★ “Brave and bruising.” – The Stage

★★★★ “Clever, hilarious and thoughtful… Fierce original songs with a hard edge of pure punk.” – The Scotsman

★★★★ “A kind of twenty-first-century Withnail & I.” – Time Out

“All the elements combine seamlessly to create the desired impact. You come away smiling, but you’re definitely thinking about the serious issues raised.” – Quiet Man Dave

“Performance art at its most accessible… Bursting at the seams with ideas, it’s a terrific 70-minute look at the issues facing generation rent.” – The Reviews Hub

“It’s a fast, surreal, funny show with a social conscience.” – British Theatre Guide

“I have seen quite a few theatrical performances over the years, and every now and then one will stand out in ways that make me think of the medium differently. And Letters to Windsor House is [one of them]… Shit Theatre make magic from misery.” – LeftLion

“A hilarious yet gut-wrenching story.” – Croydon Citizen

★★★★ “Highly entertaining, personally revealing and slightly political… It delivers highly on laughs, pathos and the absurdity of not having enough money.” – Stagetalk

“If you’re looking for an evening of truth, laughter, and simple human connection, I do recommend you go. This company really is the sh!t.” – Theatre Full Stop

“A really brilliant, interesting and affecting piece of theatre… This show is important, and deserves viewing.” – Weston-Super-Mum