If there was one man in the whole world who knew how ridiculous I was - it was me.
On an uneventful Wednesday in a drab Borough of East London, an ordinary man has a startling revelation: life is an unhappy accident in a meaningless universe.
He gets himself a gun.
But before he can use it, he dreams of an innocent, alternative earth, where people live in harmony with nature and each other. Elated, he sets out to tell the world about his dream and share his new vision of a happy planet.
Dostoyevsky’s tragic-comic adventure is transported to 21st century London in a one-person tale of wonder with an urgent warning for our world. A funny and serious story of hope, that with love and trust we can build a better world. Maybe.
The Marylebone Theatre is London’s newest cross-cultural, performance space.
The nearest underground stations are Marylebone, accessible via Bakerloo line, and Baker Street served by the Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. Both stations are only 5 minutes' walk from Marylebone Theatre. Marylebone Theatre is 5 minutes' walk from Marylebone train station. Euston and Paddington train stations are 25 minutes walk from Marylebone Theatre. King's Cross St. Pancreas station is 15 minutes by tube from Baker Street station.
The following bus routes stop right in front of Marylebone Theatre: 13, 113, 139, 189, 274, N113.
There is a café in the building where you can purchase hot drinks, alcohol and snacks.
Latecomers will only be admitted at the discretion of theatre management staff and at an appropriate interval. They maybe asked to wait in the foyer until an appropriate moment in the performance to admit them to the auditorium.
After leaving the theatre, re-admission to the auditorium will be at a suitable point during the performance.
Assistance dogs are allowed inside the theatre. Please read carefully the description when booking the tickets, as some plays might have trigger warnings and might not be suitable for guide dogs.
There is an unreserved disabled parking space on the street opposite the theatre on Park Road. Please note that this is unreserved.
Yes, the auditorium has completely level access from the street.