On Our Shelves Now
Henry Cyril Paget, 5th Marquis of Anglesey (1875 - 1905) was born to inherit the Empire. Instead, he burned brightly, briefly and transvestitely through his family's vast wealth; putting on fabulous plays starring him. When he died, his vengeful heirs burned every trace of his existence they could find, and carried on as though he'd never been. Ouch. But it's cool; Henry's going to explain everything. And don't worry, this will not be in any way an arty or difficult show. In fact, it's going to be totally, utterly mainstream.
About the Author
Seiriol Davies trained with Thomas Prattki at LISPA, and has since forged a career writing, composing and performing with companies like Punchdrunk, You Need Me and Temper Temper and winning awards including The Stage Award for Acting Excellence and an Argus Angel.
'A work of genius.’ The Sunday Telegraph ★★★★★
‘The thing is so good... Must see. Kill to inherit a ticket.’ Postcards from the Gods ★★★★★
‘May well be the first piece of genderpunk anti-imperialist musical theatre’ Fest ★★★★★
‘Stays with you long after the last keyboard chord has sounded.’ Daily Telegraph ★★★★★