15th – 17th August 7.30pm £12/10
Henri de Toulouse Lautrec: a legend in his own life, and yet a man and artist few of us know about. Born to nobility, disabled by fate, disowned by his father, Lautrec finds himself reborn through art and the exciting night life of turn of the century Paris. Through vice and virtue, success and madness, Lautrec explores the story of man who lived more in one lifetime than most can in several.
Writer/Performer Fergus Rattigan has created several successful shows in the past including directing Dr Faustus last year for TSMGO month of Marlowe festival, As You like It for World Wide Shakespeare and co-creating Revenge: a Horror Cabaret with director Rachael Bellis for the London Horror Festival.
Belgian Actor Marie Drisch works on both stage and screen. She has appeared in such films as Green Lanes where she both acted and directed, Sleighing, an adult horror fairy tale, Restricted Vision and on stage in plays such as Drastic Actions Restless.
Director Natalie Winter works across theatre, audio drama and video games. Last year she directed and produced ‘Jam Tart/Lemon Kurd,’ which toured to the Camden and Clapham Fringes before a week-long run at The Hope Theatre to 4* reviews.