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After the Ball Q&A video: How do you capture the sweep of time onstage?

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There are many timely parallels with subjects covered in Ian Grant‘s new play, which spans 66 years in the life of the Randall family, between 1914 and 1973 – including the centenaries of the end of the first world war and votes for women. How does the team capture those incredible time shifts in an instant onstage, on a fringe budget?






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‘The play reflects on how far we’ve come’: WATCH interviews with After the Ball’s leading lady, writer & director

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Don’t expect your “typical period drama” with the world premiere of AFTER THE BALL, opening next month at Upstairs at the Gatehouse. Watch our interviews trailer with leading lady Julia Watson, director Nadia Papachronopoulou and playwright Ian Grant about this “exciting piece of new writing” spanning 66 years. And then get booking!






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PHOTOS: In the rehearsal room with the world premiere cast of After the Ball

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Nadia Papachronopoulou directs the ensemble cast for the world premiere of Ian Grant’s AFTER THE BALL, Time Productions’ follow-up to its launch production of Abi Morgan’s Tiny Dynamite. Check out our gallery of the company rehearsing for their opening next month at Upstairs at the Gatehouse – and then get booking!