Fresh from the West End comes Joshua Harmon’s ‘blisteringly funny’ (Sunday Times) new comedy. Tensions simmer – as they’re bound to do – when close relatives are forced to get together in a small flat following the funeral of a much-loved grandfather.
Two cousins lay claim to a prized medallion, symbolizing his survival of the Holocaust. One is fiercely traditional, the other not so. A full-on feud – together with much hilarity – ensues, as faith, family and identity are called into question.
Bad Jews sold out at the St James Theatre and promises to be a must-see comedy hit of the autumn at Cambridge Arts Theatre.
Runs 2-7 November, 7.45pm (2.30pm matinee). Tickets from £15.