Written by Roald Dahl

Adapted by David Wood

Director: Max Webster; Designer: Georgia Lowe; Lighting Designer: Joshua Pharo

Composer: Dougal Irvine; Movement Director: Deborah Pugh; Sound Designer: Carolyn Downing

 5 –16 April

 Mr Twit has a very hairy face. His beard is spiky and smelly. It also contains cornflakes, sardines and even some stilton.

 Mrs Twit is equally as foul and she hates Mr Twit just as much as Mr Twit hates her.

 The Twits really are the most spiteful and revolting couple you could ever hope to meet. They spend their days playing wicked tricks on each other and mistreating Muggle-Wump monkeys. They also have a particularly sticky trick to catch Roly-Poly birds for their bird pies. But not for much longer because the monkeys have a cunning plan to teach those terrible twits a lesson.

Curve’s mischievous new production, directed by Max Webster promises to be just as disgusting and repulsive as earth worms disguised as spaghetti – the perfect treat for all the family.

Recommended for ages 6+.

Max Webster is the current Baylis Director at The Old Vic Theatre. His upcoming work includes The Winter’s Tale (Edinburgh Lyceum) and Fanny and Alexander (Old Vic).  His recent directing work includes King Lear (Northampton Royal & Derngate & UK tour), The Lorax (Old Vic Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe), Mary Stuart (Parco – Japan), James And The Giant Peach and My Generation (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Twelfth Night (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), Orlando, To Kill A Mockingbird, My Young And Foolish Heart (Manchester Royal Exchange) and The Shape Of The Impossible (National Theatre Shed).