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Cat and Mouse (Sheep)

Synopsis
A performance recorded at the Gate theatre in London, on 19 February 1996 in the Gate Biennale, a celebration of contemporary European theatre. The play, written in 1994 by Gregory Motton and directed here by Motton and Ramin Gray, is a satirical voyage through Great Britain touching on the ingratitude of the people, life, death, housing, and education. The character Gengis starts a price war with the shop next door and ends up running the country with his uncle and aunt.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. S-VHS. col. 80 min.
Year of production
1996
Availability
REFERENCE ONLY
Subjects
Drama
Keywords
drama - contemporary; drama in English; Motton, Gregory; performances

Credits

Writer
Gregory Motton
Contributor
Gregory Motton; Ramin Gray
Cast
Patrick Bridgman 
Penelope Dimond 
Rudi Davies 
Tony Rohr 

Distributor

Name

British Universities Film & Video Council

Email
services@bufvc.ac.uk
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Phone
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Fax
020 7393 1555
Address
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W1T 3QJ
Notes
The BUFVC’s distribution library of videos and DVDs includes Samuel Beckett’s EH JOE! starring Patrick Magee, and two series of InterUniversity History Film Consortium films which make extensive use of archive footage. NB The IUHFC films have been digitised for free, online viewing by UK HE institutions - see British Universities Film & Video Council InterUniversity History Film Consortium Films (qv).

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