Tuesday, 7th to Saturday, 11th October, 2014 Bell Theatre - 20:00
Beneath its lively surface, the East End of the 1880s was a dark place where ‘poor unfortunates’ sold their bodies to stay alive. And it became Jack the Ripper’s turf. Set in both the Music Hall and on the murky London streets this is a lively, sad and comical musical play that reconstructs the murders of 1888.
Tooth of Crime is an exciting drama, set in a parallel version of the United States, in which the protagonists compete in The Game. The Game is governed by kills, won by gaining territory and regulated by The Keepers and The Code. Hoss, with his Solo Rights, is at the top of his game and surrounded by a protective entourage. But do they actually care about him? Or just ...
Production in association with Joseph Weinberger Ltd