A Highly Offensive Play

Brian and Roger met at a support group for recently divorced men. Roger was attending because he was genuinely grieving the loss of his marriage. Brian was instructed to attend by his solicitor if he wanted to dodge paying alimony. Roger is in need of guidance and support, which Brian willingly supplies. Both are starting again. Both are finding it hard. One of them is nice. 

Described as ‘Best British comedy happening right now’ (Daily Telegraph), the original podcast Brian & Roger is written and performed by Harry Peacock and Dan Skinner. It isproduced by Marc Haynes and Joel Morris for Great Big Owl.  

“Hilarious… I had a whale of a time!”

“Dan Skinner is cryingly funny as  the decent, defeated Roger”


“Simon Lipkin is brilliant”


“Buckle up and enjoy...
a roller coaster of gratuitous fun!”



Simon Lipkin plays Brian. Simon returns to the Menier Chocolate Factory after having appeared in Assassins. Oher theatre credits include Nativity! The Musical (Eventim Apollo & UK tour), The Wind in the Willows (The Palladium), Guys & Dolls (West End), The Lorax (Old Vic), Rock of Ages (Shaftesbury Theatre), Avenue Q (West End) & Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (New London Theatre). His film and television credits include Muppets Most Wanted, The Harry Hill Movie, Nativity 3 & Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule.
Dan Skinner plays Roger. He often appears as comedy character Angelos Epithemiou and is a member of the British five-man sketch troupe Dutch Elm Conservatoire. His theatre credits include Angelos Epithemiou: Live at the O2 (Soho Theatre), Angelos and Barry: A Matter of Life and Death (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018), The Warp (Wol Wontok) and Dutch Elm Conservatoire (Soho Theatre/Latchmere Theatre). His television credits include The Angelos Epithemiou Show, My Family, Friday Night Dinner, Tracey Ullman’s Show, Katy Brand’s Big Ass Show and Not Going Out; and for film, The Spy Who Dumped Me, Swallows and Amazons and Horrible Histories



22nd October - 18th December 2021

Opening night - 1st November

Tuesday - Saturday: 7:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: 3pm

No matinee performances on 23rd, 24th & 31st October & 7th November.
Additional evening performance on 25th October.




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