Developed by Broken Silence Theatre for the digital segment of the Brighton Fringe Festival, Fragments is a triple bill of short audio plays celebrating playwrights from Sussex and the South East of England. Covering topics such as doubts and pressure, belonging and loss, each of the plays gets under the skin of the raw emotions that are seldom candidly talked about in public.
Playing ‘herself’, That Girl (which is directed by Tim Cook) is a metaplay that chronicles Hatty Jones’ life post-Madeleine and by the same token life for young women in the 21st century.
Hatty Jones draws on her own experience as a child actor (in Madeline), plucked from obscurity to star in a big budget film, for her debut play That Girl which explores growing up and female friendships.
Slightly frustrating at times, but Adam & Eve provides a good starting point for discussions – some pertinent themes begin to be uncovered.
Who do you instinctively believe – the accuser or the accused? Tim Cook’s Adam & Eve does an intriguing job of subverting how we think such a drama might play out.
Adam & Eve at the Hope Theatre, London has an atmosphere of simmering tension that keeps the audience on our guard from start to finish.
Following its critically acclaimed debut last year at the Brockley Jack, Broken Silence Theatre’s Adam & Eve is returning for a longer run at Islington’s Hope Theatre, now with new director Jennifer Davis at the helm.
Just a little over a week before Broken Silence Theatre’s acclaimed, modern-day take on Bible story Adam & Eve returns to London for a strictly limited run at the Hope Theatre. Sneak a peek at the new cast having fun in the rehearsal room – and then get booking!
Got your tickets yet for Broken Silence Theatre’s “utterly phenomenal” Adam & Eve? After a run last year at Brockley Jack, this modern-day Garden of Eden story transfers to London’s Hope Theatre for a strictly limited season from 22 May to 9 June 2018. Watch the chilling new trailer – and then get booking!
Casting has now been announced for the return of Broken Silence Theatre’s critically acclaimed modern-day, feminist update on the Garden of Eden story. Adam & Eve runs at the Hope Theatre from 22 May to 9 June 2018.
Broken Silence Theatre’s critically acclaimed feminist take on the Garden of Eden returns to London next month. After success last year at west London’s Brockley Jack Theatre, Adam & Eve transfers north to Islington for a strictly limited season. The modern-day Genesis story will run at the Hope Theatre from 22 May to 9 June 2018, with a press night on 24 May.
Necessity may be a play about inventors and mothers, but there is nothing deep and meaningful in its story, acting or overall realisation – the related English proverb is most definitely a more intelligent turn of phrase.