Mojo is a stage play set in Soho, London in July 1958. It explores the sleazy underworld and power games of London’s most infamous district.
Act one takes place upstairs at Ezra’s Atlantic on Dean Street, Soho. Act two takes place downstairs in the club, around 6:00 PM the same day.
- This is the first major revival of the play, which initially opened at the Royal Court Downstairs on 14 July 1995, prior to a run at West End’s Duke of York’s in 1996.
- Ian Rickson also directed the original 1995 production at the Royal Court.
- On Mojo’s first run, it won the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy, and Jez Butterworth won both the Evening Standard and George Devine Awards for Most Promising Playwright.
- This production was nominated for a Who’s On Stage Award for Best Play Revival.