HAMPSTEAD DOWNSTAIRS PRESENTS
By COLETTE KANE
Directed by MEL HILLYARD
Running time: 1 hour 15 minutes without an interval
£5 - £12 (See ticket information)
I was sick of making a living. I want to make a life.
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23 Feb - 25 Mar 2017
£5 - £12
Box Office: 020 7722 9301
Scarlett has escaped. She is starting afresh in the idyllic Welsh countryside; far away from the city, far away from her job and far away from her overbearing family. She is searching for something new, something different. But what is it that she is looking for? And does it even exist?
Colette Kane’s arresting new play asks if family ties can ever truly be cut and whether the grass is really greener on the other side. Colette returns to Hampstead Downstairs following I Know How I Feel About Eve in 2013. Her other theatre credits include Belong (Arcola), Ways to Look at Fish (Theatre503) and Hatch (24:7 Theatre Festival, Manchester/Bolton Octagon).
Mel Hillyard makes her Hampstead directorial debut. Her previous theatre credits include The Brink (Orange Tree Theatre) and The Late Henry Moss (Southwark Playhouse).
A co-production with Hampstead Downstairs and Theatr Clwyd
COMPOSER & SOUND DESIGN
We grabbed five minutes to chat with Gaby French about The Wizard of Oz, roast dinners and making her professional stage debut at Hampstead Downstairs.
We challenge writer Colette Kane to answer our ten questions on everything from her new play Scarlett to life advice and London.
Emilia Fox returns to star in Sex with Strangers
First five performances: All tickets £5
Full price: £12
Seniors: £10 (matinee only)
Under 30s and Students: £10
Groups: For every 9 tickets get the 10th free