Suitcases, boxes, steamships, trains and elephants… Brute Farce’s startling new re-working of Jules Verne’s classic tale whisks the audience from rainy station platforms in nineteenth century London to a technicolour Bollywood vision of the tropics and the frozen wastes of North America.

With trademark invention and frantic multi-role characterisation, a cast of five bring Phileas Fogg, his faithful servant and various pursuing police officers, Indian princesses and Wild West bullies garishly to life.

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Last session: Wed 2 Jun 2010 at 7:30 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met

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