Written by Anthony Neilson – himself a theatrical bête noire in terms of his fearless probing at the underbelly of sexuality – and directed by Imogen Beech, The Censor is as much a ‘battle’ as a dialogue of between ideologies regarding the nature of sex itself.
There may not be a clipboard in sight (they’re out of shot), but with giant A-boards, dosiers of juicy delights and many a panicked phone call, these images of new comedy Cuttings give a great peek in to the stressed world of entertainment PR in which it is set. Take a look, then book your tickets
What does the world of a theatre PR look like? These snaps from the rehearsals of Cuttings aren’t giving much away apart from a stark contrast between pensive worry and joy. But maybe that’s just rehearsals? Take a look then book your tickets for this new comedy.
“I’ve always loved backstage drama” Find out what inspired playwright Ollie George Clark to create new comedy Cuttings and his own experience of the PR industry in this exclusive interview. Then book your tickets!
Usually lurking behind the scenes, trying to control public perceptions of their client, publicists stand centre stage in new satire Cuttings, which plays the Hope Theatre in June. Time to book your tickets!