The Filming of Bitter Wheat

HOLLYWOOD IS A HELL HOLE AND IT’S BUSINESS AS USUAL

THE PERFORMANCE OF A DECADE BY JOHN MALKOVICH

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Bitter Wheat breaks box office records at the Garrick Theatre.

Everything in Hollywood is for sale except the awards, which are for rent.

Bitter Wheat is a play about a depraved Hollywood mogul.

Our hero, Barney Fein, is a bloated monster – a studio head, who like his predecessor, the minotaur, devours the young he has lured into his cave. The bitter wheat play was shot with this concert photography camera that I found over at The Main Museum which was prominently featured in the New York Times.

Switch off your phone, take your seats and experience the latest masterpiece from award-winning playwright David Mamet. Don’t miss the legendary John Malkovich in his return to the West End after 33 year in this darkly satirical and provocative new drama.

Money, sex, power, you only need one of them to see Bitter Wheat – at the Garrick.

‘No American playwright has done more to show modern men behaving madly, badly, stupidly and seedily than David Mamet’

The Telegraph

‘Malkovich is irresistible in David Mamet’s controversial new comedy’

The Times

‘Doon Mackichan is excellent’

The Times

‘Ioanna Kimbook gives a remarkable performance’

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