What shines through in strangers In Between is tenderness, and this coming of age tale is steadfast in its honesty about life’s complications and how we struggle to escape the past, and our families.
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We are pleased to bring you these great first look production images by Scott Rylander of Tommy Murphy’s play Strangers In Between which plays at Trafalgar Studios 2 from 12 January to 3 February 2018. Strangers In Between tells the story of Shane, a timid 16 year-old who has fled his rural hometown for the […]
As the King’s Head Theatre prepares for its move to a new purpose built theatre space in Islington Square, they have announced that their sell-out productions of Puccini’s La Boheme and Tommy Murphy’s Strangers In Between will transfer to Trafalgar Studios 2 from 6 December 2017. Adam Spreadbury-Maher and Becca Marriott’s reinterpretation of Puccini’s classic La […]
The glory of this work is in the vivid life that exists in its extraordinary criss-crossing of four versions of very ordinary people. Tune into that and you will have something to remember forever. Stay with them for just a short time, and then you’ll be laughing a lot, or hanging on every astonishing word.
One part of the mission of Above the Stag is to remind us of notable plays on gay themes that have not always received the attention they deserved, or whose continuing topicality and universal value needs restating. The Sum of Us by David Stevens falls very much within both these categories, and now receives a […]