The Linbury Theatre
Thursday 14 October at 7:30pm
Saturday 16 October at 7:30pm
Monday 18 October at 2pm
Tuesday 19 October at 7:30pm
About the show
A dark, thrilling dystopian play.
Sent by the Government, William Bloor, a 'foxfinder', arrives at a farm to investigate a suspected fox infestation and determine the cause of the failed harvest. What will William uncover?
Dawn King's Foxfinder won the 2011 Papatango New Writing Prize and premiered at the Finborough Theatre, London.
Foxfinder had its West End premiere at the Ambassadors Theatre, London, in 2018, in a production directed by Rachel O'Riordan.
Liz Bacon (she/her) is a director, writer, performer & facilitator, working in the UK, Germany & internationally. She works mainly in devised performance & new writing, with a strong training in physical, ensemble & movement-based practices. Recent work as director includes Things That Might Become (R&D, Arthaus Berlin), BalkonKunst (Berlin), This Wounded Island (Theatre503 & Kent tour), A Wake in Progress (VAULT & Edinburgh Festivals), Coelacanth (The Cockpit Theatre), 1972 The Future of Sex (Arts Ed), The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (Arts Ed) & All of Me (New Diorama, VAULT & Edinburgh Festivals). Liz has also worked as Associate Artist for Almeida Projects, CLOD Ensemble’s Performing Medicine programme, Barbican/Guildhall Creative Learning schools programme & Only Connect.
Contains sexual content, strong language, scenes of a distressing nature and the use of guns.
Set and Costume Designer
Deputy Stage Manager
Claudia Penna Rojas
Production Sound Engineer