Kieran Lynn's new play, Bunnies, will play London's New Diorama Theatre from October 23-November 3. When the once beautiful land is blighted by non-native species that reek havoc, including the grey squirrel, the Chinese mitten crab, the Siberian chipmunk, the Topmouth Gudgeon, and even the European rabbit, Stamper, a local farmer, has a solution. The play centers around The Farmer's radical attempt to restore his land to its supposed former glory, and the differing reactions of his children.
This darkly comic new play from the young writer Kieran Lynn, mixes poignancy and satire to devastating effect. Lynn's previous writing credits include a recent west end transfer of his play An Incident at the Border; A Volunteer From the Audience (Liverpool Everyman Theatre); An Advert for the Army (Oran Mor, Glasgow); The Recurring Rise and Fall (Hampstead Theatre, London)
Written by Kieran Lynn and directed by David Lockwood, Bunnies is designed by Stuart Crewes, Rachel Duthie and Paul Bull. The cast are: Jolyon Westhorpe, Annette Chown and Richard Pullman.
Bunnies will be performed from Tuesday, October 23 through Saturday, November 3 at 7:30pm (with Saturday matinees at 3:30pm) at The New Diorama Theatre, London. Tickets, priced at £10.50 and £12.50 are available by calling the box office at 0207 383 0934 or visiting www.newdiorama.com