Breakfast Cat Theatre Company

Event review: ‘Party’, by the Breakfast Cat Theatre Company, performed at the Oval Tavern

Posted on July 22nd, by Paul M Ford in Culture. No Comments

Paul M. Ford has a proper laugh in a potting shed in a pub

Deep in suburbia, a new political force is fomenting. Ready to sweep away the established power blocs with its bold new approach and deeply held beliefs and convictions. Once they can work out what they actually are.

Tom Basden’s 2009 play, ‘Party,’ was produced and acted by the Breakfast Cat Theatre Company … Read More »

Landlord-turned-film-maker shoots ghost story in historic Croydon pub

Posted on June 19th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Film buffs in Croydon will have the opportunity to see something unusual this weekend at four screenings of a new film shot in the Ship pub in Croydon High St. Landlord Dean Terry, who harnessed the dramatic talents of local theatre group The Breakfast Cats for the production – described as having ‘more than a few scary moments’ – will be screening it this Sunday 22nd June.

Time: 8pm, 9pm, … Read More »

Theatre Review: 1984

Posted on April 4th, by Liz Sheppard-Jones in Culture, Topical. 1 Comment

Croydon’s Breakfast Cat Theatre stages staging a surprisingly timely performance of George Orwell’s 1984. Liz Sheppard-Jones reports, and explains why you should witness the show while you still can

On the day the Daily Mail attempted to lead the nation in a Two Minute Hate against welfare claimants, the powerful and intense opening scenes of Breakfast Cat’s 1984 makes the atmosphere in the … Read More »