Buoyed up by the success of their January run at the Omnibus, Badback Mountain arrive back in Clapham just days before setting off for a whole month at the Edinburgh Festival.
There’s more than meets the mince pies in this appealing homage to 1970s TV Private Eye Jim Rockford, filtered through the lens of classic Ealing comedies and brilliant live roots music.
A beguiling, funny, poignant, foot tapping show performed by Liam Grundy (‘great rocking country’ Mojo) and Jonathan Holloway, founder of international theatre outfit Red Shift and writer for theatre and broadcasting.
Directed by Giles Croft, whose production of The Kite Runner recently played two seasons in the West End.
‘Tells the story with playful simplicity’ Guardian