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Little England - Museum of Comedy

Little England

Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle

GOLDEN Age Theatre Company is presenting Little England, a dystopian satire written and directed by Ian Dixon Potter, at the Museum of Comedy – from November 13 to November 18, 2018.

Little England is described as a tale of love and hate in Stoke on Trent.

In 2024, Stoke on Trent is a dangerous place for a European. Heidi has made her life in England but after losing her job she faces immediate deportation. Will she be captured by the sinister Unregistered & Illegal Alien Enforcement Office with its unsympathetic officials and vast network of eager informers? Will she find somewhere to hide? Will she even find love amidst the hatred and intolerance of post Brexit Britain.

Little England is performed by Albert Clack, Siobhan Ward, Maxine Howard, Richard de Lisle and Kate Carthy.

Sound and lighting design is by Janet Smith-Cantrill, set design by Peter Foster and sound and light technician and stage manager is Ricky McFadden.

Golden Age Theatre Company’s other productions include Boy Stroke Girl, Tiresia, Good King Richard, The Dead Shepherd and The Resurrectionist.

Tickets: £12/£10 – available online at

Times: Tuesday to Saturday at 8.30pm; Sunday matinee at 3pm.

Museum of Comedy, Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2SR