HAMPSTEAD DOWNSTAIRS/THE PETER WOLFF TRUST PRESENT

36 Phone Calls

By JEREMY BROCK
Directed by JO MCINNES

Running time: 70 minutes with no interval

£5 - £12 (See ticket information)

I spent my whole life pretending I cared about the thing I most avoided, which seems fine to me

Downstairs

25 Jun - 18 Jul 2015
£5 - £12

Box Office: 020 7722 9301

One man, four phones and thirty six calls. As Martin’s carefully constructed lives – as husband, father, son, lover, client, employee and patient – spiral out of control he must decide where his priorities lie and how he can even begin to atone for his mistakes.

BAFTA Winner Jeremy Brock returns to Hampstead Downstairs with a gripping, evocative glimpse into the rapid unravelling of one man’s world from which he has no escape. Brock was last at Hampstead Downstairs with The Blackest Black in 2014. The Blackest Black and 36 Phone Calls are his first plays in over 20 years, after scripting many critically acclaimed films including Mrs BrownThe Last King of Scotland and How I Live Now.

Click here to listen to Jeremy Brock talk about 36 Phone Calls on BBC Radio 4’s Loose Ends (from 24:40)

Jo McInnes’ theatre credits include This is Not An Exit and I Can Hear You (RSC/Royal Court), Carpe Diem (New Views/National Theatre) and Vera, Vera, Vera (Royal Court).

Lee Ross’ theatre credits include In Basildon (Royal Court), Birdsong (West End),Whipping It Up (West End) and The Neighbour (National Theatre). Film includes Dawn of The Planet Of The Apes and Locke.

This production is kindly supported by an anonymous donor.

Artistic team

WRITER

JEREMY BROCK

DIRECTOR

JO MCINNES

DESIGNER

ANNA BLISS SCULLY

LIGHTING

NICKI BROWN

SOUND

BECKY SMITH

Cast

A Cup of Tea with... 36 Phone Calls actor Lee Ross

Posted on 3 July 2015

We chat to Lee Ross between shows about Andrew Scott, Bugsy Malone and embarrassing on stage moments.

36 Phone Calls: In rehearsals

Posted on 18 June 2015

One man, four phones and thirty six calls.

36 Phone Calls: An interview with Writer Jeremy Brock

Posted on 17 June 2015

Writer Jeremy Brock talks to Hampstead Theatre’s Online Features Editor, Susie Benson, about his new play 36 Phone Calls which opens Downstairs on 25 June

36 Phone Calls: Cast announced

Posted on 5 June 2015

As Martin’s carefully constructed lives – as husband, father, son, lover, client, employee and patient – spiral out of control he must decide what is truly important, and how he can even begin to atone for his mistakes.

First five performances: All tickets £5
Full price: £12
Seniors: £10 (matinee only)
Under 30s and Students: £10
Access: £6
Groups: For every 9 tickets get the 10th free

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