Joe Orton's classic farce Loot. Uproarious slapstick meets dubious morals as two young friends stash the proceeds of a bank robbery in an occupied coffin, attempting to hide their spoils from the attentions of a psychopathic policeman, a gold-digging nurse and a grieving widower.
"Orton's savage farce now even funnier and filthier" ★★★★★ The Guardian
"Wonderful frippery... certainly entertaining" ★★★★ The Times
"gag after aphoristic, satirical gag" ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
"Loot is an example of a playwright working at his best. It's a farcical romp, still absolutely relevant today... This robust, riotous outing is much-welcome" ★★★★ WhatsOnStage
"Debauched capers in which eyeballs, false teeth and all human dignity go flying - it's breathlessly funny" ★★★★ The Stage