NUDE At The Hope Theatre

 

May 3rd-21st 

The Hope Theatre, Islington, N1 1RL

Nude is produced in association with Forest Forge Theatre Company.
A new poem-turned play about love and fate – how two strangers can become lovers and how relationships grow and fade endlessly.

Heavily influenced by The Ruba’iyat of Omar Khayyam, this original play is an exploration of two people’s love for one another and how fate might play its part.

Love grows and fades, nearly always involves two strangers and, like life itself, is almost entirely unexplained. Fate, here, is personified. Fate is someone we all know.
Nude was commissioned by Apples and Snakes and was produced by element arts as a part of the SO:To Speak Festival 2015 where the play premiered in a 20ft shipping container in Southampton.

After its run at The Hope Theatre, Nude will transfer to Forest Forge Theatre Company in the heart of the New Forest before heading out on a tour of the South.
Nude runs at approximately 60 minutes with no interval.

Cast:
Michelle Fahrenheim,Edward Nash and Roshni Rathore

Forest Forge is one of the British leading touring theatre companies based in the New Forest, England. Founded in 1981, the company is known for touring high caliber productions to rural and village communities.

Ian Nicholson, director.

Ian has directed plays at New Theatre Royal Portsmouth, Bush Theatre, Southwark Playhouse, New Diorama Theatre, The Bike Shed Exeter and The Egg Bath to name a few. Ian is Artistic Director of Old Salt Theatre. Minglu Wang, designer. Minglu was a 2015 finalist for The Linbury Prize (Royal Court).
Paul Hewitt, playwright. His works for stage include Very Pleasant Sensations (Cockpit Theatre, London); Phaedra’s Christmas (Omnibus Theatre, London); Another Hundred People (Theatre Royal, York); Today I Bought A Yellow Car (London Theatre Workshop); Miss Julie (Nuffield Theatre, Southampton).

PR and Press Lauren Gauge

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