In the haze of the 1960s, Kenneth and Sandra ignite a flame which will spark a forty-year fiery love affair. From passion to paranoia, Mike Bartlett’s punchy drama takes on the baby boomer generation through shifting political and private spheres. It’s a summer of love you won’t forget.
Following the death of Snoopy, Charlie Brown is forced to reevaluate his future and the friendships that he has held dear to him for so long. Fortnight have put together a rich piece, which most of the time will leave you unsure whether to laugh or cry.
In the aftermath of war, Macbeth receives a prophecy predicting that he will one day be King. Nevertheless, murder, secrets and lies will haunt his reign, leading to Macbeth's demise.
The opening night performance will be a black tie event.
A dark, dystopian thriller in which the survival instincts of two prisoners are pushed to the ultimate limit, questioning humanity’s inherent drive to stay alive...
"If I had it, would you leave me?"
"I don't know. Would you, if I did?"
In 1982, 245 people had died from AIDS-related causes in New York City alone - and Ned Weeks knew 40 of them.
In an atmosphere of hostile indifference, silence, and fear, 'The Normal Heart' follows the semi-autobiographical efforts of one man as he battles the government, the media and the community he belongs to, all to gain recognition for a disease that threatens to change everything. More than a quarter of a century after its debut, 'The Normal Heart's prescience, political relevance, and searing emotional power are beyond doubt.
Enter a world where the commodity is women, men fight for power and a pair of star-crossed lovers try to break the violent circle of death and despair.
Shakespeare’s classic love story reimagined in a Mad Max-esque style world.
In the besieged city of Aleppo, Salah and Aisha have lost control of their lives and plunging headlong into an uncertain future. The Syria they hoped to change is gone, in its place violence and destruction - the unflinching brutality of war. With the unexpected arrival of two Westerners, who have stayed too long in Syria and must now be given refuge, the fragile existence of the Syrian couple comes under even greater threat. How will they survive as they fall further away from hope, from what they know, and from what they used to be?
Spring Reign is a powerful and compelling new play by award-winning writer Rob Johnston that tells the story of an ordinary Syrian family, struggling to survive a brutal conflict and the greatest humanitarian crisis since the Second World War. Combining live performance, video, original music performed live by Chris Davies, and frontline photography by Musa Chowdhury and Daniel Leal-Olivas, the story is based on first-hand accounts of Syrian refugees, aid workers, activists, conflict journalists and photographers. This authentic and moving dramatic performance highlights the personal cost of a country at war, reflecting the frustration and suffering of the Syrian people.