A Taste of Marmite: new play about life of international Londoners at Chats Palace – 15/16 June
International Society of Communication and Drama
A Taste of Marmite
Winner of the UnLtd Social Enterprise Award.
Saturday 15 June 7 pm – Sunday 16 June 6pm42-44 Brooksby’s Walk London E9 6DF
Tickets: £8 in advance; £10 on the door
Box office: www.iscad.org.uk
Take a peek through the ragged curtains of a shared house in Hackney. Is there anything more than a broken boiler and a dodgy staircase to hold together a bunch of unlikely flatmates? A Taste of Marmite revives British kitchen sink realism in the 21st century with an international twist. Three defiant tenants and an enduring property manager embark on the quest to build their new life in London on solid foundations of petty theft lies and omissions. Social issues and cultural controversies come to light in this dark and humorous story of loneliness tenderness and delusion. An incredibly diverse cast brings to life the international concerns of the play:
is Inés wealthy Spanish intern on a mission to save the children
Karen Katharine Oliveira
as Mandy from Romania is going to be a famous actress…once she has mastered her English!
Utkan Cagri Kocak
is Murat Turkish property manager with Don Quixote’s aspirations.
Following the success of How Can I Help? Writer-director Emilia Teglia continues ISCaD’s mission to explore the life of international Londoners through theatre.”