The Ballad of Corona V
Time Out says
A socially distanced satire on our year from hell, from Big House theatre company
Working with young people who’ve had experience of the care system, Big House theatre company was never going to let a pandemic stop it. Indeed, it’s grasped the bull by its horns with ‘The Ballad of Corona V’, a darkly comic drama about the ’rona performed by a cast of 19. As far as we can gather, Maggie Norris’s production – which is written by David Watson – is a perambulatory affair, in which audiences travel through the scenes in groups no bigger than six. The show itself promises to be a riotous response to our rollercoaster of a year.