Musical Theatre Review
A spine-tingling new musical from Barlow & Smith, directed by Adam Lenson.
It’s late. Laura should really be going – after all, she’s missing her own birthday party. But her demanding boss Samantha has insisted she stay to review the marketing proofs of the publishing firm’s disgustingly cheery children’s title, ‘Giggles The Bear’. And left the keys to her mysterious, red filing cabinet…
Alone in the eerie office, Laura can’t resist the temptation of peering into Samantha’s secret files. After making a grisly discovery, Laura must choose how much she is willing to sacrifice in the name of ‘success’.
Brimming with twisted dark humour, LOCK AND KEY is a rollercoaster of thrills and chills, for audiences all too aware of the painful demands of modern career success.
Presented by Warehouse Musical Productions.
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Barlow & Smith’s previous work includes: VANYA’S (Criterion Theatre New Writing Showcase, support from Old Vic New Voices, shortlisted for the Kevin Spacey Foundation Artists of Choice Awards), DREAM QUEEN (Globe Theatre, London Festival of Cabaret), THE NEXT STEP (HighTide), THE GAME (St James Studio/The Other Palace), ONE NIGHT IN CHELSEA (site-specific, Chelsea Old Church). They have hosted their own cabarets at The Pheasantry and Theatre Royal Stratford East (Musical Theatre Tuesdays) and have appeared as guests of Janie Dee and Kerry Ellis. Their debut album of new holiday music ‘Christmas in the City’ was produced by Ian Shaw and is available on iTunes. www.barlowandsmith.com
Adam Lenson’s directing includes: Superhero (Southwark Playhouse), 35mm (The Other Palace), Whisper House (The Other Palace), Songs For A New World (St James Theatre, 20th Anniversary Production), The Sorrows of Satan (Tristan Bates Theatre), Disgraced (English Theatre Frankfurt), Dark Tourism (Park Theatre), Ghost: The Musical (GSA), See What I Wanna See (Jermyn Street Theatre), Reel Life (Ustinov Theatre Bath and St James Studio), The Goodbye Girl (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), West End Recast (Duke of York’s Theatre, Phoenix Theatre), Ordinary Days (Trafalgar Studios), Little Fish and Saturn Returns (Finborough Theatre), Come Fly With Me (Salisbury Playhouse), The Dead Guy (English Theatre Frankfurt) and The Family (Old Vic US/UK Exchange, Public Theater, NY).
‘Absolutely amazing… contemporary, gorgeous musical theatre’