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Cahoots Theatre Company in association with Simon Fielder Productions and Park Theatre present the World Premiere of


By Chris England

Directed by Jonathan Lewis

Offie Award Nomination - Best Male - Jason Merrells for Twitstorm


Guy Manton is a national treasure, the much-loved host of a caustic television panel show, until a throwaway remark is inadvertently shared with the whole world and, before Guy knows what is happening, he is being battered by the Twitstorm.

A hilarious exploration of what can happen when the self-righteousness of social media gets out of hand. From Chris England author of the hit comedy Breakfast with Jonny Wilkinson and co-author of the acclaimed An Evening with Gary Lineker.

From the producer behind Park Theatre hits Dead Sheep, An Audience with Jimmy Savile, The Roundabout and Deny, Deny, Deny.

Cast includes Jason Merrells (Emmerdale, Waterloo Road, Cutting It, Casualty), Claire Goose (The Coroner, Unforgotten, Waking The Dead, Casualty), Justin Edwards (The Thick Of It, Skins, Love and Friendship), Ben Kavanagh (Closer To Heaven, Boy Meets Boy), Chris England (Harry Enfield’s Television Programme) and social media star Tom Moutchi.

Design by Anthony Lamble, Costume Design by Sarah June Mills, Lighting Design by Tim Mitchell, Composed by Matthew Strachan and Sound Design by Chris Packham.


'very funny... another winner for the Park Theatre.' ★★★★ WhatsOnStage

'some incredibly funny moments... Tom Moutchi as Ike who really steals the show... some fine comic performances' Broadway World

'This little theatre is on a roll, catching topicalities as they fly...  enjoyably vicious on every level... The performances are beautifully judged all round' ★★★★ Libby Purves, Theatre Cat

'Most definitely the right place for a new play... Each performance is incredibly strong and seamless and not a single beat of the comedy timing needed in a show like this is dropped' Fairy Powered Productions

'Overall Twitstorm was a triumph and laugh out loud funny!' Fairy Powered Productions

'Overall, this is a very talented cast... the acting [is] first rate' LondonTheatre1

‘The cast is absolutely stellar.’ ★★★★ West End Wilma

' A brilliant comedy of manners' ★★★★ Islington Gazette