Deafened by the loudness of that shirt, play Joe Orton’s ‘Funeral Games’ at your peril! – The Post

Deafened by the loudness of that shirt, play Joe Orton’s ‘Funeral Games’ at your peril!

CTC production in Østerbro a love letter to the 1960s

The cast take a well-earned final bow (all photos: Nathan Woods
September 25th, 2015 3:01 pm| by Dave Smith
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The CTC’s autumn production ‘Funeral Games’ won’t be forgotten in a hurry – the show’s director Maria Lundbye, an active designer with the amateur theatre company since 2009, has seen to that.

The meticulous attention to detail was impressive
Drawing on her years of experience designing pretty much everything – from props, to costumes, to furniture – she has expertly overseen the production of a set that whisks the audience away to London in the swinging 1960s (photo: Nathan Woods)
The loud shirt completed the Starsky and Hutch look. Huggy Bear would have been proud (photo: Nathan Woods)
The loud shirt completed the Starsky and Hutch look. Huggy Bear would have been proud (photo: Nathan Woods)
As the play's title suggests, there were plenty of fun and games (photo: Nathan Woods)
As the play’s title suggests, there were plenty of fun and games (photo: Nathan Woods)
And also the promise of an imminent funeral (photo: Nathan Woods)
And also the promise of an imminent funeral (photo: Nathan Woods)
In keeping with the aesthetics of the production, a symbolic crucifix brought proceedings to a close (photo: Nathan Woods)
In keeping with the aesthetics of the production, a symbolic crucifix brought proceedings to a close (photo: Nathan Woods)

Funeral Games


Ongoing, ends Oct 3 (except Sep 28), Mon-Fri 20:00, Sat-Sun 17:00; Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, Cph Ø; tickets 110kr; krudttonden.dk