What do you get if you mix two pals, a trampette and a puzzle? Antler’s hit play about friendship and obsession Lands, as you can see from Helen Murray’s fabulous pictures (below). Take a look, then get booking.
Antler’s two-handed tale of friendship and obsession, which was originally a hit at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe, has bounced its way to west London’s Bush Theatre, where it currently has audiences jumping for joy. You only have to glance at Twitter to see that. You’ll have to spring into action if you want to catch it, as it ends its London run on 1 December.
Produced by the incredible company Antler, Lands is a story of two women, puzzles and a trampoline. We follow their story as one tries to finish their puzzle, while the other tries to give up their addiction.
The Bush Theatre has today announced its new 2018 season. Highlights include: Eight plays announced – including two new commissions, three world premieres and one UK premiere This season sees the launch of Passing the Baton –a three-year programming initiative dedicated to revivals of work by BAMER (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee) artists beginning with Winsome Pinnock’s Leave Taking and including a …