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The Pitchfork Disney archive'You know why the ghost train is so popular? Because there are no ghosts. Once you know that you can make a fortune.' Ten years ago something terrible happened to Presley and Haley. Since then they have lived alone in their dead parents' house. But one night their safe isolation is shattered by the arrival of Cosmo Disney, who confronts them with the scariest question of all... what exactly happened to their parents? When it premiered at London's Bush Theatre in 1991, The Pitchfork Disney caused a sensation. With its barrage of barbaric and magical imagery, its gleaming dark comedy and catastrophic air of violence and sexual tension, audiences were left breathless, intoxicated and, in some cases, fleeing in terror.

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Author: Philip Ridley
Director: Kate Saxon
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The Pitchfork Disney

The Pitchfork Disney (Play) production archive for QTIX code T492744764. Details of all The Pitchfork Disney archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S4601

Archive Listings

3 Dec 04
to
11 Dec 04
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (WCMD)/Raymond Edwards Building/Anthony Hopkins Centre
Cardiff
Glamorgan

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