21 Monday 21st March 2016
Playwright Leo Butler is known to be one of the best British political playwrights of the 21st century. His works have been shown at the likes of the Royal Court, Tricycle Theatre and Royal Exchange Theatre. In Boy, his new play at the Almeida Theatre, Butler casts a sharp eye over the city and picks someone for us to follow.
Director and designer team Sacha Wares and Miriam Buether return to the Almeida after their production of Game, also at Almeida last year. The innovative duo will be joined by an award-winning creative team and an exciting young company of actors to bring Butler's ambitious exploration of austerity-era London to life.
In their own words, the contemporary production is an important new play about coming of age in 21st-century London -- something many of us can relate to.
Book tickets to see Boy at Almeida Theatre here from just £10, and for regular updates follow the links below.
Psssst, P.S: Keep your eyes peeled over the next month for an exclusive competition that we will be running to win a signed, screen printed copy of the incredible poster artwork by illustrator Ben Jennings.
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