Can of Worms (3 stars)

Slapstick approach to torture, scandal and government cover-ups

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This article is from 2007.

When a government minister is pictured committing an act he’d rather keep under wraps, can he keep the evidence hidden? And will his aide keep quiet? Dealing with torture, scandal and government cover-ups, all through the unlikely medium of slapstick, the cast manically fling themselves and the set around the stage in what, at first, seems like two separate sketches. The ideas and the humour are there; you just need to look beyond the chaos to find them. (Nicola Husband)

Underbelly’s Baby Belly, 0870 745 3083, until 26 Aug, 2.15pm, £8–£9 (£7–£8).

This article is from 2007.

Can of Worms

  • 3 stars

When a government minister is photographed committing an act he'd rather keep under wraps, can he keep the evidence hidden? Dealing with torture, scandal and government conspiracy through the unlikely medium of slapstick, this play is rich with ideas and humour - if you can find them beneath the chaos. 'Part of the…

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