Birmingham Rep
Dates & Times
Fri 24 Feb 17
7.45pm
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Sat 25 Feb 17
7.45pm
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Mon 27 Feb 17
7.45pm
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Tue 28 Feb 17
7.00pm
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Wed 1 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Thu 2 Mar 17
2.45pm
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Thu 2 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Fri 3 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Sat 4 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Mon 6 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Tue 7 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Wed 8 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Thu 9 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Fri 10 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Sat 11 Mar 17
2.45pm
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Sat 11 Mar 17
7.45pm
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Description

Frustrated playwright Amedee is still trying to finish the play he started writing  . . . 16 years ago! Meanwhile, his wife Madeleine, works hard in telecommunications to keep them in their dilapidated London apartment.

But the couple are keeping a secret. A big secret that seems to be getting bigger by the day. A terrifying secret that is now threatening to take over their lives. A secret that has grown into an unwelcome entity they can no longer hide. Now they urgently need a plan of how to get rid of it!

Leading British playwright, director and comedian Sean Foley (The Play Wot I Wrote, The Ladykillers) brings Ionesco's surreal comedy to life in his sharp and finely-tuned new adaptation.

Creatives

Director Roxana Silbert
Designer Ti Green
Lighting Designer Chahine Yavroyan
Composer and Sound Designer Dyfan Jones
Movement Director Joyce Henderson
Casting Director Nadine Rennie CDG

Ticket Information

From £15 (subject to availability).
Previews (24 – 27 Feb) from £10.
Group, family, disabled and school rates available via our box office.

Fees & Charges
When purchasing tickets to be delivered to you, a £1.00 postage charge will be added to your order. Online bookings are exempt from our transaction fees (3% credit cards, 50p debit cards).
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ACCESSIBLE PERFORMANCES

Captioned Performance:
Wednesday 8 March, 7.45pm

Audio Described Performance (with pre-show touch tour):
Thursday 9 March, 7.45pm

British Sign Language Interpreted Performance:
Thursday 9 March, 7.45pm
Friday 10 March, 7.45pm

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