Casting has been confirmed for Tommo Fowler’s production, running at the Old Red lion Theatre from the 27th June.
Tiffany’s mum got hit by a Birdseye truck on the M25.
There’s family to call and a coffin to order, but first she has to talk to her dad – and for some reason that’s the toughest thing on her to-do list.
Meanwhile, an oozing paper bag on the doorstep holds a dying wish that will either bring father and daughter together, or drive them further apart.
It has been announced that Andrew Frame (Twelve Angry Men, UK Tour and Garrick Theatre, West End) and Rosie Wyatt (The Cardinal, Southwark Playhouse; One Man Two Guvnors, National Theatre) will be leading the cast for this production of Sarah Kosar’s play.
Kosar’s play about grief, parenting and alternative meat asks audiences just how far we can push love and obligation.
The story is told through multimedia, burgers and spoken word, Mumburger explores the forms, feelings and manifestations of grief.
Director Tommo Fowler said: “As a theatrical experience, I’ve never come across anything like this play. There’s a lot I see and read that doesn’t feel like it has to be performed in a theatre, whereas there’s no other medium that can support something like Mumburger.”
The production is produced by Hannah Tookey and is designed by Charlotte Henery.
Mumburger will play at the Old red Lion Theatre from the 27th June until the 22nd July. For more information visit: http://www.oldredliontheatre.co.uk/mumburger.html