By John Hewer
Based on the novel 'Moby-Dick' by Herman Melville
Directed by Bruce Knight
Herman Melville's classic tale of revenge and retribution is retold in this inventive, comic retelling on the high seas from the team behind 'Dracula! One Bloody Fang After Another'.
"Absolutely brought the house down. Flawless." - Lincolnshire World
Nantucket, 1841. Ishmael signs on to the Pequod, and witnesses the perils of nature, obsession, punning and physical comedy, as Captain Ahab conducts a reckless pursuit of the savage white whale, Moby Dick.
"Hilarious! It NEEDS to be seen." - Grimsby Live
All plot will be lampooned. All jokes will be harpooned.
"'Carry On Moby Dick'" - North West End
"You will be hit with wave after wave of silliness, leaving a warm glow and a great big smile." - Review Culture
"You don't need to know Moby-Dick to get the jokes. And there are plenty of jokes." - Voicebox
"This is fun knockabout stuff; we are never more than 30 seconds from the next punchline and Hewer has excellent comic timing and a winning naïveté." - North West End
"Hewer manages to play all the parts and maintain narrative coherence along with a stream of jokes and the odd musical interlude." - Chiswick Calendar
"The jokes came thick and fast. We left with huge, aching smiles." - TheatreFest