BY DANIEL KETTLE AND SEBASTIAN GARDNER
in collaboration with SUPERGLUE ASSEMBLY LINE
Feed mash to your little brother and kill the dead until they die.
In this throat-ripping zombie cage fight, Tobias hates mash and Steve hates Tobias, but when they discover their mom to be patient zero in a world of flesh-eating zombies, there’s no time left for “feelings”. Pitting the depths of horror against the hysterical instability of family we watch brothers torn apart get pieced back together, only to be torn apart all over again while mom digests a never-ending breakfast.
Steve and Tobias Versus Death is a comedy about two brothers trapped in their living room during a zombie apocalypse. Under-pinned by a deep sense of tragedy and fuelled by meticulously choreographed fights, we follow two brothers as they care for their infected mother, fend off the incoming zombies, and mend their fractured relationship.
Improvised comedy and a superbly written post-modern backdrop collide to tell the nightmare story of an absentee father, a bed-ridden mother, and a zombie apocalypse bursting through the door.
ABOUT THE SHOW
Daniel Kettle is a comedian and co-founder of Superglue Assembly Line, a comedy troupe with a taste for blood... and the stage. Superglue's work has been featured at Battersea Arts Centre, Soho Theatre, VAULT Festival, Drogheda Arts Festival, Wandsworth Arts Fringe, PULSE Festival Ipswich, Camden People's Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe and has been shortlisted for the Charlie Hartill Theatre Reserve.
Daniel received a 'King's Head Theatre Recommended show', and an 'Editor's Pick' for his debut stand-up show 'The Emu Who Haunts Me'.
Sebastian Gardner is a co-founder of Paper Mug Theatre. He won multiple awards for his debut show 'I LOST MY VIRGINITY TO CHOPIN'S NOCTURNE IN B-FLAT MINOR', including The King's head Theatre Stella Wilkie Award for New Writing, and China Plate Theatre's Pick for Pulse Festival.
His work has featured at The New Wolsey, Camden People's Theatre, The Barn Theatre, King's Head Theatre, Oxford Playhouse, Edge Theatre Manchester and Pleasance Theatre at Edinburgh Fringe, where Paper Mug Theatre received 'Best Debut Company'.
Uri Roodner has enjoyed a performance career spanning thirty years in dance, theatre and film. He has collaborated with practitioners including Lindsay Kemp, Simon McBurney, Mark Rylance, Nigel Charnock, the Brothers Quay and Alexander Zeldin.
His work has appeared in major theatres including Sadler's Wells, The Lyric Hammersmith and the Royal Court. Recently, he has worked extensively with companies such as Clod Ensemble and Gecko.
THE CREATIVE TEAM
Marysa Finnie is a comedian and a co-founder of Superglue Assembly Line, a comedy troupe with a taste for blood...
and the stage.
Marysa Finnie's written and directed pieces 'Juice Straws Are Bleak' and 'Mexico: A Love Story' gained cult status touring through Scotland and London at Edinburgh Fringe and London at Edinburgh Fringe 2016, Vault Festival 2018, DIY Space For London, and Wandsworth Festival 2018.