Synopsis of the show
'Britain’s Got Talons' is satire at its most sinister - a gripping tale of deceit, death, duets and a murder backstage on a popular TV talent show.
"All Singing, All Dancing" is one of the UK's most notorious TV talent shows, though its ratings are lagging of late. Things take a sinister twist, however, when one of the judges is found murdered in her dressing room.
As office assistant Stephen pieces the clues together, the grisly truth behind the show begins to emerge, and Stephen soon discovers there’s far more to “All Singing, All Dancing” than meets the TV screen.
This is a hilarious show full of recognisable, outrageous characters and a pitch-perfect parody of our celebrity-obsessed culture.
From a highly creative, award-winning team, it's comedy with a dark undertone that's not to be missed.
About the writer
Having worked in the eccentric world of television for over two years, the show's writer and frontrunner for Embers Productions, James Morton (award-winning writer of Richard and Judy: The Musical), felt this was a perfect subject for satire, particularly given the extraordinary popularity of the shows' format.
Tickets are priced from £9.50. To purchase tickets, please visit the official online box office.
A percentage of all of the 200 programmes sold throughout the show will be donated to CLIC Sargent.
The venue is at the following address:
Performances are on the following dates:
Tuesday 23 April – Saturday 4 May from 7pm to 8.45pm
Saturday 27 April and Saturday 4 April from 3pm to 4.45pm
For more information
For more information about this event, please contact CLIC Sargent fundraising manager, Nicola Hill on 020 8752 2867 or email: email@example.com.