3 - 7 October 2023, 7.30pm
5 October 2.30pm
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre
£15 / £8
So Here We Are
Frankie’s dead. And no one’s quite sure why. But the boys won’t talk about it. They can’t. There are some truths that men can’t share.
Luke Norris’s So Here We Are is a play about what can happen when nothing happens, a compassionate look at young lives cut short and a touching portrait of childhood friendships under strain in adult life.
Image of an Unknown Young Woman
She is a young woman in a yellow dress. She has been shot by the police. As a video goes viral, a revolution begins to stir.
Ali and Leyla are panicking – they uploaded the footage and now the authorities are after them. Across town, Yasmin is desperate to know if her missing mother is still alive. Halfway around the world, a woman in America wants to help. As a tornado of dissent and violence spreads, everyone’s life is going to change.
A double-bill with a 15 minute interval in between the two plays.
These productions contain very strong language and adult themes.
Some scenes include depictions of injuries and war, sexual references, and references to suicide.