A sharply-observed work with Klaff's 'usual lightning-fast character changes' (Financial Times), and 'touching, hilarious style' (TLS). In the empty belly of a disused space, Jack tells of salvaged books, travels in the Third World and his friendship with Kevin Carter, who took that prize-winning photograph of a vulture waiting for an emaciated child to die. Billions are fat, billions are hungry, and there are clear, simple, achievable ways of feeding everyone. So speculators, supermarkets, supermodels, super-chefs, superstars, charity-celebs and statesmen all get the Klaff treatment. Poetic, poignant, uplifting, punchy. Directed by Colin Watkeys, collaborator with legendary Ken Campbell.
This is a 2013 show that has now finished.