Kim Noble: Lullaby For Scavengers
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Kim Noble: Lullaby For Scavengers

Kim Noble: Lullaby For Scavengers London Reviews and Tickets

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Unusual, Emotional, Deep, Provocative, Unique

About the Show

Kim Noble's comedy about loneliness and searching for meaning.

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20 Reviews | 0 Followers
Emotional, Unique, Unusual, Deep, Provocative

See it if you are looking for a meaningful play about death and grief and if you don't mind a bit of unusual show elements,

Don't see it if you are uncomfortable with gross and graphic content, the content adds to the meaning of the play but is tough for some to enjoy

Critic Reviews (5)

Time Out London
March 20th, 2023

“I’m really glad that this show is on a proper stage in a proper theatre in the West End for three weeks. It gives me hope for us all. It’s just that the bits of ‘Lullaby for Scavengers’ that I found distasteful and uncomfortable are almost certainly not the ones that Kim Noble intended. ”
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The Telegraph (UK)
March 17th, 2023

"Almost magically, you’re seeing the world through his (Kim Noble) uniquely warped, feral perspective; the Soho Theatre’s audience let out a collective “aww” for that adorable spineless grub."
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The Stage (UK)
September 22nd, 2022
For a previous production

"It’s genuinely upsetting in places, gallingly narcissistic at times, but it reaches for profundity too – confronting themes of loneliness and mortality that are undeniably universal."
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The Times (UK)
September 23rd, 2022
For a previous production

"It’s grisly, gimmicky, sometimes repulsive, sometimes operating in the grey areas of both morality and legality. It’s also bold, funny, wildly inventive and finally rather gorgeous."
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The Guardian (UK)
September 22nd, 2022
For a previous production

"It’s all beautifully, intricately assembled – and very funny. Not just in a so-ghastly-it’s-funny way, but funny about the gap between slick corporate comedy and Noble’s own life, and endlessly funny in the small, sweet details of that humdrum reality."
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