Making war is a dirty business. So is making peace.
Park Theatre presents the world premiere of Winner’s Curse – an interactive new comedy show starring Clive Anderson.
Helmed by the nation’s much-loved presenter Clive Anderson, and written by former ambassador and Middle East peace negotiator Daniel Taub with comedy writer/producer Dan Patterson (Mock the Week, Whose Line is it Anyway, The Duck House), Winner’s Curse is a brand-new show that combines humour and audience interaction to take you behind the scenes of a high stakes international peace talk.
Joining Clive Anderson is a talented cast including Barrie Rutter, Nichola McAuliffe, Michael Maloney, Greg Lockett, Winnie Arhin and Arthur Conti.
Winner’s Curse runs from 8 February 2023 until 11 March 2023 at Park Theatre, London.
What's the story of Winner's Curse?
Two countries are locked in battle over a strip of land when a fragile ceasefire provides a chance for peace. Over the negotiating table, cynical diplomats, idealistic peacemakers and meddling mediators try to navigate a perilous path to agreement as the threat of continued conflict looms ever larger.
Who is in the cast of Winner's Curse?
Winner’s Curse stars radio and TV personality Clive Anderson, award-winning actor Barrie Rutter, founder of Northern Broadsides; TV and stage star Nichola McAuliffe (The English, Living, The Man Who Fell To Earth, Victoria, Surgical Spirit); acclaimed actor Michael Maloney (All Creatures Great and Small, Magpie Murders, The Trial of Christine Keeler, The Crown); and Greg Lockett(The Mousetrap, The Boys in the Band); Winnie Arhin (Big Girl Words, Shine Black); and Arthur Conti (Machinal, Crazy For You).
Who are the creative team of Winner's Curse?
Winner’s Curse is written Daniel Taub with Dan Patterson with direction by Jez Bond.
★★★★ "Clive Anderson stars in this gripping and refreshingly original interactive show" - TimeOut "Arthur Conti (grandson of the venerable Tom Conti) is a winning presence" - The Times "Clive Anderson is a chummy and warm-hearted ringmaster" - The Guardian "Insightful and frequently funny" - The Stage
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