One Bad Thing, a play exploring a conspiracy theory behind the murder of John Lennon, is currently enjoying a revival at the Actors Studio, where it was first performed in 2010.
The play, by writer Ian Carroll, began life at the Unity in 2003.
John Lennon is played by West End star Danny Taylor, who has appeared as one of the leads in Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers for the past decade. Yoko is played by Natasha Alexander, who recently appeared in Carroll’s follow up Adolf in Toxteth, and Mark Chapman is played by William Meredith; the cast is completed with James McMartin (Dead Man’s Cards, Under The Mud), Paul Codman and Andrew Wall.
The show runs until Saturday (August 24). Read MADEUP’s review of the last run here and for more information visit the Actors Studio site.