Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs

A play by

The play has characters mostly new to the stage. Its anti-hero, Malcolm Scrawdyke, is a failure just expelled from art school in the north, who enrols three similarly inadequate figures into his new political party (the Party of Dynamic Erection) to help him plot his revenge on the authority figures who cast him out. The play has terrific energy and some hilarious rabble-rousing oration from Scrawdyke as he rehearses the future in his Huddersfield digs.

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