Stories To Tell In The Middle Of The Night
Written and performed by the critically acclaimed Francesca Millican-Slater, this amusing and gripping collection of short, quirky tales is reminiscent of Roald Dahl's stories for adults.
Dreamlike and darkly humorous, this live, late night radio show is inspired by the legendary radio shows of Ronnie Wood and Iggy Pop and includes tales of everything from love and obsession to technology and disconnection. Not to mention pork pies.
Having played to rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, don't miss this unforgettable new production from one of the country's most exciting performers, which shows that everyone has a story.
Find out more about the show here.
Age Recommendation: 16+. Please note that this production contains some mild swearing and sexual references.
Fancy A FREE Sneak Preview?
Come along to Stories In The Basement and experience the excitement of going backstage at The REP for a storytelling experience like no other. In a small alcove deep in the basement of the theatre you will meet the critically acclaimed writer and performer, Francesca Millican-Slater. Surrounded by theatre costumes and props stored out of sight, you will hear quirky, funny and thoroughly unique stories Francesca has stored away, in a small taster of the smash-hit full-length production, Stories To Tell In The Middle Of The Night.
Tickets are free but spaces are limited, so booking is essential. Simply visit our website, and select the performance on 19, 26, 31 January, 2 or 7 February. All performances will finish in plenty of time for you to see another show that evening. Find out more and book now.
This production and subsequent tour are supported by The Sir Barry Jackson Trust.
Set Designer Claire Browne
Lighting Designer Simon Bond
Sound Designer Iain Armstrong
Keeps us spellbound...storytelling in its purest form
Compelling and convincing. Thoroughly recommended
Colourful, hopeful, taps into a world we can all recognise, and has a dash of amusement
The Rep Foundry is a fantastic programme that gives new writers the opportunity to create, and later perform, their own work
The Gay UK
A series of atmospheric small stories expertly delivered
A beautiful hour of weird and wonderful story telling
An engaging and evocative performance
From £10 (subject to availability).
Group, family, disabled and school rates available via our box office.
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).
British Sign Language Interpreted Performance
Thursday 16 February, 8pm