Bug | James Norton and Kate Fleetwood star in the 20th anniversary production of Tracy Letts’ Bug.
CREDIT: Simon Annand/Emily Dobbs Productions
A seedy motel room. Oklahoma City. Summer.
Agnes, a lonely cocktail waitress, is holed-up from her violent ex-con ex-husband, seeking solace in drink and drugs. Until a stranger arrives.
Tense and blackly comic, Bug is a taut exploration of two people on the edge; where the lines between reality and delusions become blurred.
Simon Evans returns to Found111, the intimate new pop-up theatre space at the site of the original Central Saint Martin’s School of Art on Charing Cross Road, following the critically acclaimed “The Dazzle” with Andrew Scott. He directs the impossibly handsome James Norton (War and Peace, Happy Valley) and sultry Kate Fleetwood (London Road, Medea, High Society) in the 20th anniversary production of this powerful play by multi award-winner Tracy Letts (August Osage County, Killer Joe).
Bug plays at the Soho Theatre from 24th March until May 7
Chris is a theatre and book obsessed Midlander who escaped to London. He’s usually to be found slumped in a seat in a darkened auditorium.