Following the success of The Black Eye Club by Phil Charles and Little Did I Know by Doc Andersen-Bloomfield, The Bread & Roses Theatre is proud to present the final instalment of the 2016/17 Playwriting Award: Lydia Rynne’s THE BUZZ. The production brings together a collaboration of talent from the theatre’s playwriting and emerging director schemes and marks an exciting moment as Velenzia Spearpoint heads her first in house production as newly appointed Artistic Director.

"Success turns smart people crazy. Like smack, it’ll never be enough, only leave you gurning for more.”

Kyla was once a TV personality. Now she's the dress hanging on the arm of her celebrity popstar boyfriend.

When her anti-establishment squatter brother pays her a surprise visit on the night of the biggest music award ceremony of the year, she is forced to confront the life, and lie, she's been living.

The Buzz is a dark comedy exploring the seduction of fame, overnight celebrity culture and the injustices we disregard in favour of our own success.

Previews: 8th & 9th May | Press night: 10th May
Tuesday 8th - Saturday 12th May at 7.30pm
Tuesday 15th - Saturday 19th May at 7.30pm

The Bread and Roses Theatre
68 Clapham Manor Street , London, SW4 6DZ

Tickets: £12 | Concessions: £10 | Previews (8th & 9th May): £8 | Running time: 75 minutes