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In an intimate story of family love for our times, writer and director Alexander Zeldin (BEYOND CARING) continues his unique approach to theatre with this engaging new play.
Described by the Evening Standard as 'the National Theatre's play of the year' in 2017, this heart-breaking production shines the spotlight on 'the dehumanising reality of being homeless' (Financial Times).
In the run-up to Christmas, three families are placed into cramped temporary accommodation.
A middle-aged man and his elderly mum, a young family with a baby on the way, a newly arrived woman from Sudan.
Strangers. Forced together. No space is personal.
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Hornchurch RM11 1QT
Performance days & times
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
£19, £22, £24
Under 26s from £8
Author: Alexander Zeldin
Director: Alexander Zeldin
Designer: Natasha Jenkins
Lighting: Marc Williams
Sound: Josh Anio Grigg
Production: National Theatre and Birmingham Repertory Theatre