Window at The Bread And Roses

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Window is an honest portrayal of young married couple, a gritty show of how things can go wrong and not turn out exactly how you expected. In yet another emotionally truthful piece by award-winning playwright Ron Elisha, Another Soup brings the Australian's minutely observed new piece to the London stage. Window is a guaranteed good watch. In a co-production with The So & So Arts Club - One couple is always naked - one couple is always watching. Grace and Jimmy are in their late twenties. They have a house and a child. They like normal things - TV, takeaway, and travel. But when Grace notices a rather athletic display taking place in a neighbour's bedroom, she begins to watch. So does Jimmy. And before long, neither of them can look away. In a co-production with The So & So Arts Club, Another Soup presents Window, an honest portrayal of young married life and what can happen when the everyday is constantly interrupted by the unexpected. Written by a winner of four Australian Writers' Guild Awards, Ron Elisha's latest offering of minutely-observed domesticity and voyeurism promises to be an exploration of emotional truth like no other. Directed by the award-winning Dave Spencer and starring Idgie Beau and Charles Warner, this is at once a diverting and unnerving piece of new writing. Window is guaranteed to leave you smirking long into the night while you lie awake in bed, wondering what your neighbours might be getting up to. Contains strong language, nudity, and adult themes, 16+ (80 mins no interval)

Prices

Adult Ticket: From £14.00 (€15.38) per ticket
Concession Ticket: From £12.00 (€13.18) per ticket

Venue Details & Map

The Bread And Roses

Address
68 Clapham Manor Street
Clapham
London
SW4 6DZ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7498 1779
Public transport:
Clapham High Street, National Railway

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