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DetailsThe Danny Crowe Show
is the biggest thing on television. One appearance will guarantee you a first single, numerous award ceremonies and a Hollywood biopic of your life. But the competition among the hopeful is fierce. The Danny Crowe producers are concerned. One of their researchers for the North West - a high yield terrain for freaks - has come up with nothing for months and they need some serious material, seriously soon. Now she's AWOL. At the same time, a teenage boy from Cheshire has just stabbed his violent father to death and wants to share his story. Could there be a connection? The answer can only be found in the strange and unpredictable world of Danny Crowe. Black comedy combines with scabrous satire in David Farr's play to expose a world where you're nobody until you've been on television.Performers Selina Chilton, Lisa Ellis, Tom Goodman-Hill, Clare Holman, Mark Rice-Oxley, Tony Turner.
Author David Farr. Producer Bush Theatre. Director Dominic Hill. Design Tom Piper. Lighting Mark Doubleday.
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