Scratchworks Theatre Company offered a fresh perspective on the events of the Great Train Robbery in their high energy comedy performed at Caterham ArtsHouse on Friday 18 May.
Their play, entitled The Great Train Robbery, follows four forgotten females as they leave behind their kitchen-sink lives and embark on a madcap adventure of mischief and mayhem. Using a raucous combination of physical theatre, live music and clowning, they uncover the truth about history’s forgotten women. They performed to a packed audience, who at times found themselves involved in the action, providing musical accompaniment or an alibi.
This production was a highlight of the year’s ArtsHouse programme.
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