Theatre closures due to coronavirus outbreak
From Saturday 15 August 2020, indoor performances at London theatres are allowed (with social distancing).
Outdoor performances (where possible) can also go ahead.
However, most theatres remain closed as they either do not have outside spaces or regard the need for social distancing as uneconomic.
The show below will not currently be playing and is scheduled to close by 15 August 2020 (when theatres can reopen for indoor performances).
Original performance dates are given below and reflect any changes we know about.
Closed 23 Aug 2019
Image: Cockpit Theatre
“Oh Selene …
Men and their towers
own the Earth
but borrow the sky.
Their very existence
Two blocks west there are hipsters wearing man-buns and babies.
And two blocks east there are dog fights and drug busts.
This is the line. This is the cusp. It's urban America.
The Werewolf of Washington Heights is a New York City-based tale, taking place in the not-so-distant future.
In turns a family drama, a political statement and a surrealistic movement piece exploring the story of the Wild Woman archetype, 'Wolf' tells of a teenager gone missing and a family gone mad.
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Age suitability: Not available
Following its off-Broadway premiere, Slackline Productions brings The Werewolf of Washington Heights to London for its international debut. 'Wolf' explores the universal themes of war, immigration, deportation, racism, misogyny, terrorism, civil rights, and civil disobedience that we, as an international audience, can't help but relate to... and find frighteningly familiar.
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London NW8 8EH
Performance days & times
Saturday ‑ 9‑00pm
Sunday ‑ 9‑00pm
Monday ‑ 9‑00pm
Tuesday ‑ 9‑00pm
Wednesday ‑ 9‑00pm
Author: Christie Perfetti Williams
Production: Slackline Productions