In Kenneth Emson’s superbly crafted new play, Plastic, a small town along the Thames Estuary in Essex smoulders its hormonal slow-burns until a teenage disagreement escalates into a tragedy.
Preparations are well under way for the premiere of Felicity Huxley-Miners’ new play In the Shadow of the Mountain, which has been specially selected for this month’s Who Runs the World? season of up-and-coming female playwrights at the King’s Head Theatre, before a full run at the Old Red Lion. Read our interview below with Felicity about why she wanted to write about Borderline Personality Disorder and how women are taking charge culturally – and then get booking!
Got your tickets yet for In the Shadow of the Mountain, a new mental health play by Felicity Huxley-Miners? This new play has been specially selected for this month’s Who Runs the World? season of up-and-coming female playwrights at the King’s Head Theatre, after which it transfers down the road to the Old Red Lion. Check out photos of Felicity and her co-star David Shears in rehearsals – and then get booking!