When their parents mysteriously disappear, Billy and Danny are left to run the family flower shop. It’s time for them to grow up, smell the coffee and stop eating all the flowers.
Flowers is an hilarious and anarchic display of distorted memory and lost loving families that isn’t for the faint-hearted.
An original piece, featuring live music, puppetry and improvisation.
Written and performed by Duncan Hallis and Cory Tucker.
Directed by Rosie Jones.
Produced by George Soave.
Critical acclaim for Flowers (2017):
“This is silliness in the service of an ambitious vision; subtly serious fun.”
British Theatre Guide
“This heartening show makes you laugh out loud, hold your breath and wish you were as clever as the writers.”
★★★★★ Buzz Magazine
“Amusing, clever and extremely heartbreaking. This play portrays a pretty sinister story, yet at the centre of their story lies a great and solid heart.”
Kelly Allen Writer