Vet. Detective.

A grizzly British crime drama parody from Bad Vs Evil, a new company made up of Harry Humberstone and Andrew Kingston (The Wardrobe Theatre comedy favourites)

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  • Thursday, 25th July 2019
  • Friday, 26th July 2019
  • Saturday, 27th July 2019
  • Tuesday, 30th July 2019
  • Wednesday, 31st July 2019
  • Thursday, 1st August 2019
  • Friday, 2nd August 2019
  • Saturday, 3rd August 2019
  • Tuesday, 6th August 2019
  • Wednesday, 7th August 2019
  • Thursday, 8th August 2019
  • Friday, 9th August 2019
  • Saturday, 10th August 2019
  • Tuesday, 13th August 2019
  • Wednesday, 14th August 2019
  • Thursday, 15th August 2019
  • Friday, 16th August 2019
  • Saturday, 17th August 2019
25th Jul 2019 - 17th Aug 2019
7.30pm (plus 2pm on 10th and 17th) | £12 (£10 Previews on 25th & 26th July)

In the seemingly idyllic English countryside, a dark force is stirring. Threatening to destroy the very fabric of society, a vicious crime wave spreads throughout the animal kingdom. As the mystery of who, or what is responsible for the carnage spirals out of control, the job will fall to a seasoned and deeply flawed FIPU (Fauna Investigation and Preservation Unit) Detective. With their unique set of skills, being both a veterinarian AND a detective, our grizzled, complex, alcoholic but brilliantly minded hero must overcome the most deadly of obstacles and the most compelling of mysteries to solve the case and restore the peace.

A new comedy parodying the likes of Luther, Broadchurch and All Creatures Great & Small, Vet. Detective. is the debut show from Bad Vs Evil. Join us for the world premiere of this new show from the brains of Harry Humberstone and Andrew Kingston who together have devised and performed in previous Wardrobe Theatre shows such as Oedipuss In Boots, Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears and Muppits Die Hard, and for the last two summers at The Wardrobe Theatre have written, and performed in the hit comedies Nachos and Kirk Vs Ming.

“How many visual gags can you wring from a packet of nachos? Never mind, they are all hilarious.”
★★★★ Stage Talk Magazine on Nachos

“Best of all is the staggering finale, which is one of the most memorable, disturbing and incredible endings to a play I have ever seen.”
★★★★ The Fix Magazine on Kirk Vs Ming


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