News from Desperate Men

Wye Valley River Festival 2016. Photo by Paul Blakemore
SUMMER 2016 NEWS
"Anarchic but consummately crafted sketches" – The Stage review of Slapstick & Slaughter at the Greenwich & Docklands International Festival.

With praise from reviewers continuing to roll in for Slapstick & Slaughter and the second Wye Valley River Festival attracting thousands of visitors, 2016 is shaping up well so far. Read on to find out what we've been up to and where you can find us in the second half of the year!

With a total audience of 27,000 over three weekends and events running from Hereford to Chepstow, the Wye Valley River Festival 2016 did us proud. Click here to find out more.
"A perfectly formed and darkly comic epic" – Bristol 24/7. Reviewers love Slapstick & Slaughter as much as audiences – more reviews here and find out how to book the show!
Find out where you can see us in 2016, from the Countryfile Live arena show (yes, really,) to a Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band gala concert at the London Palladium in November.
Have you seen Rough Glory's short film of Desperate Men as Proxi and Peri, the tides made flesh, arriving to take part in Bristol Loves Tides 2015? It's a miniature gem worth watching.
"We are a street food to be eaten on the move"
We've been doing Desperate work for 35 years now and we're still figuring out why and how. Here's a recent interview about Slapstick & Slaughter with Bristol 24/7 that gives some insight into both questions
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