What’s On: nut
nut, a new play created and directed by debbie tucker green, opens in The Shed on 30 October. The production is designed by Lisa Marie Hall, with movement by Polly Bennett, lighting by Tim Mitchell, music by Matthew Scott and sound by Emma Laxton. The cast is Tobi Adetunji, Gershwyn Eustache Jr, Zac Fitzgerald, Jayden Fowora Knight, Nadine Marshall, Sophie Stanton, Anthony Welsh and Sharlene Whyte.
Bein you means not bein me – see, a deficit already – before you even started we running at a loss.
Elayne doesn’t want company but company won’t leave her alone. Everyone’s got an opinion but no-one’s listening and things are starting to slip.
debbie tucker green’s work for theatre includes truth and reconciliation, random and stoning mary for the Royal Court Theatre, generations (Young Vic), trade (RSC) and born bad (Hampstead Theatre) for which she won an Olivier Award for Most Promising Newcomer. Her film and television work includes random for which she won a 2012 BAFTA for Best Single Drama and second coming for Film Four.
Suitable for 14yrs+
The HOT Deets:
When? 30 October – 5 December, 8pm. Saturday matinee performances 3.30pm. Audio described performance at 3.30pm on 16 November 2013, preceded by a Touch Tour. Captioned performance at 8pm on 26 November 2013
Where? The Shed, National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX
How Much? Tickets are priced at £12/£20 and are available from www.theshedtheatre.co.uk and Box Office: 020 7452 3000