CORONAVIRUS: All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020 and there is currently no planned general re-opening time. Some venues are showing on-line productions or outside productions - even a few covid safe internal ones and a number of tours and shows have been rescheduled for later in 2020 and throughout 2021. A few pantomimes may be possible but we await a relaxing of the rules for theatres from the Government.
A series of vicious civil wars has ended. A small city state half way across the world rebuilds itself in the ashes. The victorious King exiles his rival to the throne, his own brother, to a remote land far from the kingdom. The Queen, lover of her husband's brother, raises in his absence the 3 young daughters he abandoned on his journey as she represses the love she harbours for the banished prince. The blind and aged priest, seer to the king, prophesies unhappy times ahead. Blush of Dogs is a play about conflicting freedoms and the desire to break repressive cycles. Inspired by contemporary life and adapted from the myth of Thyestes, private struggles clash in the shadows of intense public scrutiny.