Adam’s written a hit play and television has sat up and taken notice. Sarah’s the struggling script editor who believes her audacious proposal will make Adam’s reputation, save her career and maybe even make a little bit of history.
But what happens when ambition comes up against a disabling fear of failure and the reality of the dog eat dog TV industry? What will it cost to secure a place at the table?
First produced at The Bush in 2000, this is the first London revival of Simon Block’s hilarious, silver-tongued satire of creative compromise.
‘…unusually sharp and observant… Block’s gift for comic dialogue is on full display… highly entertaining…’ Sunday Telegraph on A Place at the Table.
‘A bitter, viciously funny little fusillade… hugely enjoyable…’ Glasgow Herald on A Place at the Table.