Ever noticed the fox family on the railway sidings between Lewisham and Blackheath? Love them or hate them, foxes seem to generate more than their fair share of controversy. With that in mind, what better way to spend an evening in June than to pop along to the Old Bakehouse Theatre in Blackheath and see the Capital Theatre Company’s production of Dawn King’s play, ‘Foxfinder’?
The play “is a gripping and sinister tale of everyday folk who find their word gradually spinning out f control. Laced with dark humour, ‘Foxfinder’ is a futuristic parable of forbidden desire, misplaced belief an deadly obsession in a nightmare work dangerously similar to our own…”
Looks like an interesting play and one that it’s great to see being shown on our doorstep. What with the Old Bakehouse, the Conservatoire and the Halls, the village really is well served by all things cultural.
When: Friday 13th and Saturday 14th June; 8pm
Where: The Old Bakehouse Theatre, Blackheath Village (entrance in Bennett Park)
Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions) www.capital-theatre-company.co.uk