Undisputed genius, visionary and artist with whom no lover could compete, yet without whose love he could not live. Picasso lived and loved like no other. His obsession was reflected in his art, but equally destroyed his subjects. Should he be judged or forgiven?
Peter Tate, multi-award winner and Founder and Artistic Director of The Playground Theatre, brilliantly incarnates Picassos presence in an explosive and deeply passionate voyage of self-revelation, leaving the audience as his jury. Terry dAlfonsos critically acclaimed play is co-adapted for solo performance and directed by Guy Masterson, Olivier Award winner for Morecambe and director of the Olivier-nominated West End hit, The Shark Is Broken.