A biting comedy set in the hidden world of the voice-over artist.
Digby is agonising over his Desert Island Discs selection, while Greg can’t take the pressure of being down to the last two for a new regular on EastEnders. Mel is refusing to speak to her ex, while Paddy is pretending to be a banker. They have shared their Soho pad through the highs and lows of their acting careers, but when Digby introduces a charismatic young actor into the group, things start to change. With their livelihoods about to be stolen by computers and a strike on the cards, there’s suddenly plenty to shout about.
Jonathan Lewis and Miranda Foster’s play All Mouth was first staged at the Menier Chocolate Factory, London, in 2007.
‘Opens a window onto the world of voice-over artists… plenty of heartfelt gags’
— Financial Times