Dates & Times
Fri 20 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £10.00
Sat 21 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £10.00
Mon 23 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £10.00
Tue 24 Mar 20
7.00pm
From £15.00
Wed 25 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Thu 26 Mar 20
2.00pm
From £10.00
Thu 26 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Fri 27 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Sat 28 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Mon 30 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Tue 31 Mar 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Wed 1 Apr 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Thu 2 Apr 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Fri 3 Apr 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
Sat 4 Apr 20
2.00pm
From £10.00
Sat 4 Apr 20
7.30pm
From £15.00
  • Preview Performance
  • Press Night
  • Relaxed Performance
  • Audio Described
  • BSL Interpreted
  • Captioned
Description

Tartuffe has the gift of the gab. A spirituality. A certain aura about him… that comes only when you claim to have Allah on your side, hundreds of Twitter followers and access to the family's bank account. Eventually, the lies and deceit unfold in this wickedly hilarious Brummie comedy of faith, family and #fakingit, penned by BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning writers, Anil Gupta and Richard Pinto (The Office, Goodness Gracious Me, The Kumars at No.42, Boomers).

The well-off Pervaiz household, living in modern Birmingham, are in uproar. Dad, Imran, has welcomed in the charismatic and devout Tahir Taufiq Arsuf, or Tartuffe to the sceptical. Imran's new wife, Amira, is isolated from the children and under fire from her ferocious mother-in-law, Dadimaa. Darina, the Bosnian maid, knows where the dirt is hidden and can be trusted to clean up after - 'til now...

Will Tartuffe succeed in winning the souls of the family, getting the son kicked out, marrying the daughter and having it off with the wife? Or can Darina, with the help of Amira, find a way to save Imran from himself and heal the family? It all ends with a wedding... But whose..?! 

Please note: This performance contains strong language.

Post Show Discussion 1 April.

 

Creatives

Director Iqbal Khan
Designer Bretta Gerecke
Lighting Designer Richard Howell
Composer Sarah Sayeed
Sound Designer Jeremy Dunn
Movement Director Shelley Maxwell

 

This edgy comedy is just what theatre needs

Daily Telegraph

A satire on modern religious hypocrisy that respects Molière’s flawless comic structure

The Guardian

Molière and a dollop of fun in Brum

Daily Mail

Biting satire... feels transgressive in all the right places

Financial Times

A great comedy with very serious overtones

Brum Hour

Consistently funny and blessed with a vitality that wouldn’t have been possible without the 21st century makeover

What's On

A super-talented cast who nail the Brummie accent

WhatsOnStage

Well-written, intelligent, funny and fast moving

Eastern Eye

Video
Company & Creatives

Actor

Mariam Pervaiz
Damee Pervaiz
DCI Sarah Well / Pippa
Tartuffe
Ticket Information

From £15
Previews (20 - 23 March) and matinees (26 Mar & 4 Apr) from £10

Aged 16-30?
Enjoy £5 tickets to this production with our free Preview Club membership, available on the following performances: 20 - 23 March

Fees and Charges
Please note there is a transaction fee of £2.50 on all payment types. This covers administration costs and postage and enables us to provide a dedicated booking service. This charge does not apply to transactions under £10, group bookings over 50 and school group bookings. We also waive this charge if you are a REP Friend. Please talk to a member of our BOX office team if you require further information.

Join our Mailing List
Sign Up Now