Tabby Lamb's Happy Meal will play London's Brixton House for a limited engagement in the new year. Directed by Jamie Fletcher, the romantic comedy centers on two friends wrestling with identity and gender transitions during the bygone days of MSN chat and dial-up internet.
Happy Meal won a coveted Fringe First award for its 2022 debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which was followed by a U.K. tour and runs at the Sydney and Perth Festivals. Happy Meal will run for three weeks at Brixton House from February 21–March 10, 2023.
Said Gbolahan Obisesan, the Artistic Director and joint CEO of Brixton House, “Tabby Lamb's voice and theatre-making perspective as a storyteller is an important champion for the visibility of Trans lives and stories. Happy Meal is a unique insight into one such story that ultimately is about the pursuit of love in the modern world. Brixton House is proud to be able to bring this Edinburgh Fringe First winning production to us for our audiences to see.”
The production will star Tommi Bryson and Sam Crerar. The creative team consists of Lamb, Fletcher, set and costume designer Ben Stones, video designer Daniel Denton, lighting designer Kieron Johnson, sound designer Eliyana Evans, dramaturg Jennifer Bakst, company manager Amber Chapel, and touring technical manager Tom Grace. Happy Meal is produced by Theatre Royal Plymouth and Roots in association with Brixton House.
For more information, visit BrixtonHouse.co.uk.