Debut plays from Young Court’s 10 young playwrights with original and diverse stories to tell.
Each night will showcase a different set of 3-4 plays, performed by members of the National Youth Theatre with staging designed by Ruta Irbite.
Thursday 28 Jul | Directed by Lucy Morrison
Say her name by Jasmine Jones
A play about breaking and being buried.
Storm Proof by Sarah Stephenson
A play about friendship exile, apocalypse bunkers and the weather.
Stories from Northern Britain by Mark Hannah
A play about small town romanticism and the dreams in a young man’s mind.
The Night Tella by Sarah Milton
A play about an attack, a friendship and a night that should have ended in the chip shop.
Friday 29 Jul | Directed by Hamish Pirie
I don’t know where I am by Zeyana Yussuf
A play about space, noise and isolation.
Failing at Failing by Serafina Cusack
A play about seaside towns, Saturday nights and suicide pacts.
Just Because I’m Paranoid Doesn’t Mean I’m Not Being Followed by Benedikt Paffgen
A play about England. Past, present and future.
Saturday 30 Jul | Directed by Ola Animashawun
Precious by Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu
A play about ice, fire and family.
Cheap Justice by Rebecca Porter
A play about two convicts and one pardon.
Roman Candle by Tom Fowler
A play about austerity, despair and fireworks.
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