MA Acting

  • Tue 12 Jul 22

    19:30 - 21:30

  • Corbett Theatre, Loughton

  • Event type

    Student Production

But dogs must eat.

Conceived by Louise Amos and the Company

A response to the tragedy of Coriolanus by William Shakespeare and Magnificence, a sixteenth century satirical, political farce and morality play by John Skelton.

Directed by Louise Amos

Part of the 'Moral Panic' season.

A country somewhere in the 21st Century.

War rages, supplies are scarce and the citizens are mutinous, but in the capital’s corridors of power The Patricians hold the keys to its food stores, its law, its military and the rights of all, especially the rebellious rabble; filthy curs with vulgar wisdoms!  

But dogs must eat.

And some are happy to help them.  For a price.

A tale of vice and virtue and what might, truly, make us magnificent.


Content Warnings: adult themes; language some may find offensive; partial nudity; discussion of war, rape and abuse.