I've posted on several occasions about Dumbshow Theatre Company, expressing my love and admiration for their work in general and for Clockheart Boy in particular. Today, however, I'd like to talk about their new show, The Pearl, and the many opportunities you'll have to see it.
As things stand there are two ways in which you can see the show:
1. There are two previews at the Rose Theatre in Kingston-upon-Thames on Friday 28th June, at 10:30am and 7:30pm. Tickets are £10 for adults and £8 for concessions, and can be purchased here.
2. Dumbshow are taking the show to this year's Edinburgh Festival (just like Kill the Beast). The company will be at the Pleasance Courtyard from Wednesday 31st July to Monday August 26th, with daily performances at 12:30pm. Tickets to all shows can be purchased here.
P. S. I'll be doing another post this month, in which I'll be previewing a few more Edinburgh attractions - watch this space.
P.P.S. For more Steinbeck-related stuff, check out my Letters of Note posts here and here.