Bummer and Lazarus is the tale of two inseparable friends, on a quest to learn everything, and bound by a shared desire to consume rat meat.
It is a blend of myth, violence, truth, and love.
It is a play where a query about where the leg stops and the foot begins leads to a detailed description of the standard model of particle physics.
It has played in Edinburgh, Brighton, Cardiff, Leeds, Sheffield and Bath.
Next stop: London.
"A highly intelligent play filled with humanity, which will leave you questioning everything"
"It’s wonderfully absurdist, a beautiful, beautiful script that feels philosophical and existential all in one – and it’s a delight to watch"
"If you like Pinter plays go and see this, you’ll love it"
"The show is exhausting yet exhilarating in equal measure"
"A fun, thought-provoking, intense and wonderfully nonsensical piece of theatre"
“Very endearing and heart warming”
“Absurdism without pretention”
“Thoughtful and profound”
“Unique and a breath of fresh air”
“You can’t improve on genius”
Bummer and Lazarus has been created by the following people:
Writer: Jack Harrison
Producer: Lydia Harrison
Bummer: Alec Walker
Lazarus: Jack Harrison