Scenes with girls
£12 Monday tickets are released online from 9am every Monday for that evening’s performance.
“I genuinely think in five to ten years we’re going to have several different possible Happys.”
Tosh and Lou. 22 scenes.
Other friends have come, got boyfriends and gone.
So what? Tosh and Lou have each other. They’re not interested in becoming clichés. They’ll never be like other girls.
This is love. This is enough.
“You are becoming a parody, hun. You are becoming like the human equivalent of a fucking Little Mix song.”
Miriam Battye developed Scenes with girls whilst taking part in a Royal Court Writers’ Group. The production will be directed by Royal Court Associate Director Lucy Morrison.
The Big Idea: Post-Show Talk | Wed 29 Jan
A Q&A event with writer Miriam Battye. This event is free with a ticket to that evening’s performance.
"Very, very funny and excellently performed"
Time Out | Rosemary Waugh Read full review
"A scruffy, snappy, superbly acted study of millennial sexual politics"
The Daily Telegraph | Claire Allfree Read full review
"The play is very 2020 in its wit and gender politics, but its themes are eternal"
The Times | Dominic Maxwell Read full review
"Refreshingly original and dazzlingly exciting"
The Arts Desk | Aleks Sierz Read full review
"Lucy Morrison’s direction pays great care to the ways that these three women interact"
Evening Standard | Jessie Thompson Read full review
"A breath of bracing air, a real insight into the lives of the girls it depicts. It's terrific."
WhatsOnStage | Sarah Crompton Read full review
"Unfiltered. Unfettered. Unpredictable."
BroadwayWorld UK | Anthony Walker-Cook Read full review
Jerwood Theatre Upstairs
Mon – Sat: 7.45pm (except 21 Jan 7pm)
Thu & Sat mats: 3pm (from 23 Jan)
Captioned: Fri 31 Jan, 7, 14 & 21 Feb 7.45pm
Relaxed Environment: Sat 15 Feb 3pm
Running time: 80 minutes with no interval and no re-admission
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