The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar – On Tour

On 24th March, Roald Dahl’s The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar has its world premiere on 24th March, and features BAA’s David Rankine and Rosalind Sydney.

Adapted for the stage by Rob Drummond and directed by Ben Harrison, this is a comic, disturbing and delightful tale of the obsessive hunt for power. From the slums of Bombay to the glamour of international casinos to the pinging, all-consuming world of social media, our characters discover the dangers of actually getting what you want. Expect magic. Expect illusion. Expect the unexpected!

Dates:

Perth Theatre – 24 March – 2nd April

Macrobert Arts Centre – 7-10 April

Eden Court – 15-17 April

For tickets and more info, click here


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