About this event
Cost £15/£10
Tel020 7978 7040
10 April - 4 March
Tues - Sat 7.45pm
Sun 5pm
£15/£10 concessions
Directed by Paul Robinon
Designed by James Perkins

★★★★★ "Intense. Hilarious. Loud. Vicarious… Don't miss it." What's On Stage

★★★★ "Leaves you with little choice in the matter of walking out with a huge grin plastered on your face." What'speenseen.co.uk

★★★★ "daring production... modern, funny and alert" The Upcoming

"This is a world where drinking from a glass is as inconceivable as sitting still to 2 Unlimited" The Stage

2013 Nominated for 3 Offie Awards: BEST ENSEMBLE, Best Lighting JOHANNA TOWN, Best Sound SIMON SLATER

"Because I don't have any clothes on, do I? And you can't batter somebody in your underpants."

The Life of Stuff is a comic fly-on-the-wall snapshot of eight lives careering out of control. Small-time crook and aspirant pharmaceutical entrepreneur Willie Dobie's best-laid plans unravel when human nature takes its predictably unpredictable course.

Second Look at Theatre503 is a new strand of programming revisiting neglected hit plays of the last 30 years.

Artistic Director Paul Robinson will direct Theatre503's first Second Look production, a revival of Simon Donald's Evening Standard Award-winning play The Life of Stuff. A perfectly preserved comic snapshot of Edinburgh's underworld, Simon Donald's play premiered at the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh before transferring the Donmar Warehouse in 1993. The Life of Stuff will run at Theatre503, above the Latchmere Pub in Battersea between 10 April and 4 May.

Pay What You Can - For Sunday performances of Life of Stuff you decide the ticket price.

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