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Award-winning playwright Winsome Pinnock and acclaimed director Amit Sharma (The Solid Life of Sugar Water, National Theatre) join forces for this deeply powerful drama about searching for meaning in a complex world.
Winsome Pinnock (Leave Taking, Bush Theatre) reimagines her 2005 play about the power of guilt and the quest for atonement.
Graeae are world-renowned for placing D/deaf and disabled artists centre-stage.
This brand new staging of One Under sparks a vital discussion about mental health and invisible disabilities, and features creative captioning and audio description at all performances.
Note: One Under deals with issues and topics which some audience members may find challenging, including depression, paranoia and suicide.
Cyrus drives a Tube train.
Sonny jumps in front of it.
Desperate to arrive at the truth of what happened, Cyrus is brought to a troubling possibility: that all routes lead back to him.
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London E8 3DL
Performance days & times
Monday ‑ 7‑30pm
Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm
Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm
Friday ‑ 7‑30pm
Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm
Students / 26 and under - Value seats at £10 or 20% off Standard seats with Young Arcola.
65 and over - 20% off Standard and Value seats.
People in receipt of disability benefits - free companion with full-price Standard seat or 20% off Best, Standard and Value seats.
People in receipt of unemployment benefits - Value seats at £10 or 20% off Standard seats.
Theatre union members - 10% off Standard and Value seats
Relaxed performances: Saturday 14 December at 2.30pm, Wednesday 18 December at 7.30pm
All performances will creatively integrate audio description and captioning.
Stanley J Browne as Cyrus
Reece Pantry as Sonny
Shenagh Govan as Nella
Clare-Louise English as Christine
Evlyne Oyedoken as Zoe
Author: Winsome Pinnock
Director: Amit Sharma
Designer: Amelia Jane Hankin
Lighting: Tanya Joelle Stephenson
Sound: Beth Duke
Movement: Angela Gasparetto
Production: A Graeae Theatre Company and Theatre Royal Plymouth production?commissioned by Ramps on the Moon, presented in association with Curve