Royal Court Theatre, London
Ear for Eye
Marchin’ days is over man. Patience is running out, times have changed. And progress isn’t enough. Black British. African American. Here. There. Now.
Rory Mullarkey’s new play asks whether things really are getting worse. And if we care. Rory returns to the Royal Court following his debut here with The Wolf from the Door in 2014. In the same year, he was awarded the George Devine Award, the Pinter Commission, and the James Tait Black Prize for Drama.
“It will be the biggest send off any teacher has ever had. No teacher is as loved” After 45 years as a dedicated teacher, Edward is looking forward to the imminent celebration to mark his retirement. But his home is under siege. A mob of angry students have gathered. A brick has been thrown through the window, he and his ...
Instructions for Correct Assembly
Maybe turn down the ‘opinionated’ dial? Hari and Max weren’t satisfied with their first attempt at parenthood, so they’re giving it a second go. Only this time they’ve got a 30-day money back guarantee and an easy-to-follow construction manual. They’re certain, as long as they follow it step-by-step, he’s going to be perfect.