outreach.

 

WE ARE CURRENTLY RESCHEDULING OUR SEASON OF PLAYS DUE TO THE PANDEMIC. 

Any school group booking of over 10 tickets will include a free Q&A with members of the company; any booking of over 20 tickets will include a workshop on the play led by a member of represent. at your school.

Every booking will include an educational pack, including devising stimuli and exercises around the text.

To make a group booking please email info@representtheatre.com with your chosen production, date, time of performance and number of student and adult tickets and we will issue an invoice and send the educational pack in advance.

Tickets for students are £5 each for 20 students, £10 thereafter. Staff are £19.50.

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interruptions

by stephen jeffreys, in a new version for 6 actors by guy woolf
director guy woolf
movement director complicite’s kasia zaremba-byrne
associate artist co-founder of complicite annabel arden

interruptions. shows an imaginary country preparing for an election, undergoing a military coup, and then living through the consequences.
Originally devised by Annabel Arden and Stephen Jeffreys, represent. now has the privilege of staging its UK premiere with a new adaptation for a smaller cast.

In her introduction to the collection Stephen Jeffreys: Plays (Nick Hern Books, 2018), Jeffreys’ wife Annabel Arden writes: “[interruptions] sprang from [Stephen’s] fascination with the Japanese aesthetic principle of Jo-ha-kyu and his desire to create a particular narrative form to express our struggles with democracy and leadership.”

It asks the questions: Do we need to be led? How do we decide who leads? What happens when there are no leaders?

Duration: 2h (incl. 15m interval)
Age guidance: 12+ (under 15s must be accompanied by an adult)
Show info: contains some strong language and sexual references

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hmp macbeth

after william shakespeare, adapted from a concept by darren raymond
directed by karen tomlin

hmp macbeth reimagines William Shakespeare’s classic play, dispensing with king and castle, in a prison where institutional syndrome descends on the inmates.

Originally devised and written by Darren Raymond with Intermission Youth Theatre, represent. now mounts its first professional outing in this atmospheric, frightening and immersive production.

Running time approx. 90 mins with an interval
Age guidance: 12+ (under 15s must be accompanied by an adult)

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albatross

by isley lynn
directed by jess edwards

“It’s not just the choice
It’s never just the choice
Choice is a fairytale.”

Tattoos are forever. Almost. And at Noodle Soup Tattoo there are strict rules: No names unless they’re dead. Nothing on the face. Nothing you might get sued for later.

When Jodie, a rough sleeper, asks for a free tattoo from apprentice Kit, her request is well within the guidelines. But Kit is still unsure, because they know only too well that getting inked isn’t the only decision that stays with you for the rest of your life.

Albatross is a small but sweeping story about the past refusing to stay in the past.

Running time approx. 75 mins
Age guidance: 12+ (under 15s must be accompanied by an adult)

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