Bramston House presents
Written by Tom Basden
Directed by Ollie Bell and Nat Buxton
Facetious, witty and darkly comic, Tom Basden's stage adaptation of 'the trial' relocates Kafka's classic Novel to 21st Century London, where Joseph K finds himself trapped in a spiralling series of unfortunate events after his sushi delivery is intercepted by two unidentified men.
Performed by the immensely talented boys of Bramston house, this promises to be an evening of farcical confusion and satirical befuddlement as Joseph K stumbles into a world he recognises less and less. One not to be missed.
Laxton House presents
By James Forsyth from the book Screwtape Letters by C.S Lewis
Directed by Sophie Lee and Charlie Willis
Screwtape is a witty and thought-provoking adaptation of C. S. Lewis’ fascinating book The Screwtape Letters by, a masterpiece of satire. Screwtape, a demon and highly placed assistant of ‘Our Father Below’ and his nephew Wormwood, meddle with the lives of human beings on earth. They bring the audience a sly and ironic portrayal of human life which captures both the wildly comic and deeply serious nature of Lewis’ original text. Although entertaining, Screwtape is also an alluringly challenging watch; presenting the audience with a new perspective of how integrated the physical and spiritual worlds could be.