New York City... December 8, 1980.
Five gunshots ring out shattering the stillness of the night. John Lennon has been shot.
Time stops. Struggling to stay alive, Lennon finds himself caught in the vortex of his own existence - somewhere between lif
Celebrating the 80th birthday of playwright and novelist David Storey, the first London production in over 30 years – and the first production in London since the original National Theatre production.
Originally written for Sir Ralph Richardson, Earl
Hermia loves Lysander and Helena loves Demetrius – but Demetrius is supposed to be marrying Hermia… When the Duke of Athens tries to enforce the marriage, the lovers take refuge in the woods and wander into the midst of a dispute between the king and
Rural Donegal, 1936. The Mundy sisters cry, laugh and dance together, at a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.
During a summer when their missionary brother returns from Africa a changed man and the Mundy’s are gifted
Amy Herzog's play has travelled, well, nearly 4,000 miles: it premièred in New York in 2011 – winning its young author an Obie – while in the UK it opened at the Ustinov Studio in Bath, directed by James Dacre, earlier this year.
A hotel room in disarray – lamps broken, cigarette butts, liquor bottles – a red sequin dress, and a man accused of rape… The accused white, the accuser black.
Two lawyers, one black and one white, have to uncover and sift through the facts of th
Set in a dystopian society, Far Away is an unsettling and darkly comic play that changed the landscape of contemporary theatre. A decade after its London premiere, it continues to powerfully resonate with world events today. Presented in a double-bill wit