Lucid at RADA Festival

Monday 14 May 2018

Festivals - Off-West End - Shows

After sell-out, five-star shows at the Bloomsbury Festival and the Tristan Bates Theatre, New Public's debut show, Lucid, makes a well-deserved return at RADA Festival.
New Public

Image: Aaron Bergmann

New Public's inventive and hilarious show, Lucid, makes a welcome return to the London stage after sell-out runs at the Bloomsbury Festival and, more recently, at the Tristan Bates Theatre.

Lucid will play as part of RADA Festival 2018 from 29 June to 7 July 2018.

Our reviewer, Peter Brown, caught the show during its recent run at the Tristan Bates Theatre and said ...

"Clockwork precision, wonderfully inventive scenes and a staggeringly fine ensemble combine to produce an unusual and hilarious show.

Brilliant, unmissable stuff."

You can read Peter's full, 5 star review here.

And don't just take Peter's word for it, reviewing the show for The Open Door, Catalina Blackman said ...

"There are too many moments of brilliance to fit into one review ..."

And here's a flavour of what to expect in this show trailer (note that dates at the end of the video refer to the previous run at the Tristan Bates Theatre) ...

About the company

New Public are a London-based theatre company, formed by graduates of RADA's MA Theatre Lab Program.

Their work is highly physical and includes an eclectic mix of different performance disciplines.


A funny, insightful and at times disturbing journey into the strange yet familiar world of dreams, Lucid combines unique sound design, physical theatre and surreal humour to explore the hidden depths of our subconscious.


Stefanie Bruckner

Dean Elliott

Tom Kelsey

Jo Moss

Katariina Tamm



created by:

Stefanie Bruckner

Dean Elliott

Tom Kelsey

Jo Moss

Katariina Tamm

Lighting: Simisola Majekodunmi
Sound: Nicholas Mann


RADA - George Bernard Shaw Theatre
62-64 Gower Street


From: Friday 29 June 2018

Closed: Saturday 7 July 2018


Standard: £12

Concessions: £6


Show website
ActDrop full listing for Lucid

New Public website

The Open Door review of Lucid

Review of Lucid from thespyinthestalls

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