Yellowfin
Paperback, 88 pages ISBN: 9781839040436Publication Date:
14 Oct 2021
Size: 198mm x 129mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 88 pages ISBN: 9781788504904Publication Date:
14 Oct 2021
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First Staged:
Southwark Playhouse, London, 2021

Yellowfin

By Marek Horn

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On Stage at:
Southwark Playhouse, London
From Wed 13 Oct 2021 to Sat 6 Nov 2021

Nobody knows where the fish went, and nobody knows why the fish went – but ever since they did, things just haven't been the same. In a committee room on Capitol Hill, three senators have a job to do: they must question a man on charges of trading rare marine commodities, and they must find out what he knows.

Politics and the planet collide in a fiercely original play about the limits of science, the power of myths, and the things we can't control. Marek Horn's Yellowfin was premiered at Southwark Playhouse, London, in October 2021, directed by Ed Madden.

'There were fish,
And then there weren't fish,
Simple as that'

Press Quotes

'Horn's satirical take on the crisis in our seas is a reminder that we have little time to waste before the damage is irreversible. You'll never look at a tin of tuna in the same way again'

The Stage

'Shocking testimony from a world with empty oceans... With the same whip-smart dialogue as Horn's brilliant debut, Wild Swimming'

Guardian

'Sharp new satire... manages to find the balance of being both urgent and genuinely entertaining... the climactic moments are superbly well constructed, leading to a delicious denouement'

Whatsonstage

'Horn's language dips and soars... this is a playwright to watch'

Broadway World

'Darkly believable... the play wraps up to perfection'

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Paperback, 88 pages ISBN: 9781839040436Publication Date:
14 Oct 2021
Size: 198mm x 129mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 88 pages ISBN: 9781788504904Publication Date:
14 Oct 2021
£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
Available Soon

Also by Marek Horn:

Wild Swimming

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