Blueberry Toast Tickets

Soho Theatre 21 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 3NE
Performance Timings
Monday - 19:15
Tuesday - 19:15
Wednesday - 19:15
Thursday 15:00 19:15
Friday - 19:15
Saturday 15:00 19:15
Sunday - -
Show Info

Book Blueberry Toast Tickets

Every family has a dark underbelly, especially the perfect ones.

On a regular Sunday morning, Walt sits in his sunny suburban kitchen while wife Barb makes him breakfast. It’s not long before the mundane descends into madness.

Award-winning US playwright, Mary Laws, exposes the darker side of happily ever after in the UK premiere of this cutting, absurdly funny, twisted tragedy.

Directed by Soho Theatre’s Artistic Director Steve Marmion and starring Gala Gordon, whose credits include Three Sisters (Young Vic), The Blinding Light, (Jermyn Street Theatre) Endeavour (ITV) and The Crown (Netflix).

Mary Laws is plays include Bird Fire Fly, Wonderful, The Drive, What A Very Pretty Pageant!, Stand (an autumn play), The Trapeze Artist and This. As a screenwriter, her credits include AMC’s TV series Preacher and The Neon Demon.

Important information

Running time
1 hour 20 minutes
Booking Until
Sat, 30 June 2018
Venue Info

Soho Theatre

21 Dean St, Soho, London W1D 3NE

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Bang in the creative heart of London, Soho Theatre is a major new writing theatre and a writers’ development organisation of national significance. With a programme spanning theatre, comedy, cabaret and writers’ events and home to a lively bar, Soho Theatre is one of the most vibrant venues on London’s cultural scene.

Soho Theatre owns its own Central London venue housing the intimate 150-seat Soho Theatre, our 90-seat Soho Upstairs and our cabaret space, Soho Downstairs. Under the joint leadership of Soho’s Artistic Director Steve Marmion and Executive Director Mark Godfrey, Soho Theatre now welcomes 167,000 people a year.

For me the combination of cutting edge new writing, the best in comedy, the reputation for brave collaboration and a young dynamic audience, makes Soho one of the most exciting venues in British theatre.

Steve Marmion