2 - 7 July 2007
Written and Directed by Jona Howl
Red Scarf follows the ups and downs of Derek; a married man with highly questionable sexuality, dealing in his own way, with married life. Derek dares to dream, the consequences of which being hugely suspect.
This is Howl’s first collaboration with the young and vibrant improvisation group “Chorus Tempo” who are already known for their bold and dangerously funny work.
Howl’s original style first crashed onto the London stage in 2000 to critical acclaim. It is best described as “comedy pushed way to far”. Just when you think it should stop it boldly carries on into un-chartered territory. This is certainly true of Red Scarf.
Please note that this play contains adult themes and may not be suitable for a younger audience.