Now 18

The Yard's annual festival of new performance over 5 weeks starting on 15 January 2018.

Now 18

Image: The Yard Theatre

Festival type: New performance

Region: London

About the festival

NOW is back.

It's a little bit different to before, and it's going to be extraordinary.

NOW is a celebration.

A provocation.

It's 10 exceptional artists who The Yard think are making the most exciting and radical performance right now.

It's 5 weeks of double bills of explosive new work.

Schedule (click the week no/ dates for more details):

Week 1: 16 - 20 January

The Comforter | Bi-Curious George and Other Sidekicks

Week 2: 22 - 27 January

RATED X | Moot Moot

Week 3: 30 January - 3 February

The Araniello show | Unreal

Week 4: 6 - 10 February

My Kind of Michael | Your Sexts are Shit

Week 5: 13 - 17 February

The Army | Hearty


Starts:Tuesday 16 January 2018

Ends:Saturday 17 February 2018

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The Yard Theatre

2a Queen's Yard
Hackney Wick
London E9 5EN

Box office tel: 07548 156 266

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Current festival shows

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Upcoming festival shows

The Comforter / Bi-Curious George and Other Sidekicks

Previews from: Tuesday 16 January 2018
Closes: Saturday 20 January 2018

RATED X / Moot Moot

Previews from: Monday 22 January 2018
Closes: Saturday 27 January 2018

The Araniello show / Unreal

Previews from: Tuesday 30 January 2018
Closes: Saturday 3 February 2018

My Kind of Michael / Your Sexts are Shit

Previews from: Tuesday 6 February 2018
Closes: Saturday 10 February 2018

The Army / Hearty

Previews from: Tuesday 13 February 2018
Closes: Saturday 17 February 2018

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