HelenandJohn

Janet

Come and see "Janet" in her natural home at the Antique Breadboard Museum!

'Janet' is a deliciously quirky, surreal object manipulation show where Janet (the lump of bread dough) refuses to go in to the oven despite all attempts by her family (premium French flour and water) and the demonstration chef. Along the way she has disastrous amorous encounters with a rolling pin called Derek and a terrifying nightmare with a Bloomer. All the characters are represented by objects manipulated by Helen Ainsworth. The show was directed by John Mowat.

14s and over only.

Janet was nominated this year for best theatre production and best actress at the Buxton Fringe Awards in 2018 and won the esteemed John Beecher Memorial Award for most original, challenging work with high production values.

**** "Make sure you see this one" FringeGuru

**** "Janet is truly bizarre" Northwest End

"The play was a giggle and a joy from start to finish" Buxton Fringe Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srLM5KDOPlo

Venue Address: 17 Lifford St London SW15 1NY

Mini Bar open from 7pm

Ground Floor Toilet (The Privy)

Info
The Antique Breadboard Museum: 5 May, 7.30pm — 8.30pm,
The Antique Breadboard Museum: 6 May, 7.30pm — 8.30pm
Tickets: £7.00

Maximum eight spectators

The Antique Breadboard Museum
17 Lifford Street
SW15 1NY
Tel 020 8785 2464
theantiquebreadboardmuseum@gmail.com

Categories:

Theatre & Performance
The image is of a lump of uncooked bread dough being stretched into a mouth by two hands which are not fully in shot.
The image is of a lump of uncooked bread dough being stretched into a mouth by two hands which are not fully in shot.
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5 May, 7.30pm 6 May, 7.30pm

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