Wilton's

Presented by Passion Pit Theatre in association with Theatre Tours International

15th June to 26th June . 7.30pm; 3pm Thursday and Saturday matinees .
£22.50 – £25 full price, £20 – £22.50 concessions

11pm Millennium Eve: centenarian clown, Scaramouche, breaks fifty years’ silence to give his final performance charting a bizarre odyssey through crumbling empires, comic misadventures and the 20th century’s darkest episodes, revealing the loves, brutalities, ecstasies and tragedies beneath his seven white masks. As Scaramouche unveils his life, he takes us on an epic, poetic, profoundly moving voyage. An enchanting performance of supreme physical and vocal virtuosity, combined with haunting and evocative designs create a world of indelible images, a glorious story sumptuously told.

Twenty years on from its acclaimed premiere, starring the late, great Pete Postlethwaite, Scaramouche Jones has been produced, performed and translated all over the world. Olivier-Award winning director Guy Masterson joins forces with the original multi-award winning creative team to create a sublime, unforgettable experience.

Running time: 100 minutes, no interval

written & performed by JUSTIN BUTCHER
directed by GUY MASTERSON
with original direction by RUPERT GOOLD
set & costume from an original design by ASHLEY MARTIN-DAVIS
music & sound design by ADAM CORK
lighting design by TOM TURNER
video design by DAMIAN HALE

2021-Scaramouche Jones-PROMO.mp4 from Justin Butcher on Vimeo.



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They like it

  • Storytelling at its best

    The Times

  • Mesmerising

    Guardian

  • Gloriously elegiac, memorable theatre

    Irish Independent

  • A masterpiece of solo magic realism

    British Theatre Guide

  • Simply a brilliant piece of writing, brought to life by a talented cast of creatives who know exactly what they are doing

    ****. The Upcoming

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