By Torben Betts
Directed by Alastair Whatley
With Jasmyn Banks, Elizabeth Boag, Tom England, Aden Gillett, Caroline Langrishe, and James Sutton
Caroline Mortimer is the nation’s favorite TV cook. In the glow of the studio lights, she has it all—a sparkling career, a big house, a (golf) loving husband, smart kids, and the best kitchen money can buy. But when the camera turns off the truth comes out, and when an unexpected guest disrupts a night of celebration, there is more to spill than the wine.
Direct from its celebrated London run, this searing, sharp, state-of-the-nation comedy is coming to 59E59 Theaters, from the award-winning Original Theatre Company who brought you Torben Betts’s smash-hit comedy Invincible.
Click Here to view photos of the Caroline's Kitchen set.
The Original Theatre Company is at an exciting point in its history. They are at the beginning of a new journey with their audiences across the country, placing engagement and development at the very heart of their vision.
In 2016 they launched a five-year strategic vision #storieseverywhere which set out this new vision for a thriving and vital arts business that is economically sustainable, making essential world-class theatre and leading the conversation about what works, what’s next and what success looks like.
They are developing a programme of work with Arts Council England (ACE) to help shape the national offer to the regions. They have developed a long-term relationship with always possible (www.alwayspossible.co.uk) who specialise in unlocking the potential of ambitious organisations.
Read more at: http://www.originaltheatre.com/
★★★★ “An acerbic, often laugh-out-loud take on marriage, privilege and class, and it is well worth a ticket to see the ending alone, because reader, I gasped.” — Westend Wilma
★★★★ “The comedy simmers” — Daily Mail, Critic’s Choice
“Makes you laugh when you really think you shouldn’t... it’s hilarious” — BBC Radio 4
“A riot that, for however many twisted reasons, will leave you beaming from ear-to-ear.” — A Younger Theatre