The show might be over (for now) but we’ll always have the memories…
“It holds a mirror up to ourselves and gives a message we don’t often think about enough,” Rao says.
It is a truly heartwarming and well-made show that I guarantee will make you smile.
It’s a straightforward plot. An office full of largely anonymous workers support a larger offshore company by providing business-related (mostly financial) services.
For a good night out, some light entertainment with a serious twist, be sure to include Dirty Work in your list of must-see plays this season.
Jacob Rajan describes Dirty Work as the biggest, most ambitious and most bonkers idea the company has ever had.
Dirty Work: An Ode to Joy explained by Jacob Rajan
We asked Rajan to share a few of his favourite things…
The chorus learn eight pieces of music which have been specifically arranged for choirs.
The Myth of Sisyphus is a 1942 philosophical essay by Albert Camus.
We sit down with Costume Designer of Dirty Work Elizabeth Whiting to get some behind the scenes thoughts on the show.