When two barristers, and close friends, are on opposite sides in a brutal rape case, how will justice be pursued? And can it be achieved?
But as their relationships with the women in their lives begin to fracture, their command of the moral high ground soon trembles beneath them. Raine’s blistering, pertinent and painfully funny drama exposes how we think and talk about rape, the law, betrayal and marriage. It was first staged at The National Theatre to rave reviews.
'A play of fierce moral intelligence… always lively and engrossing… Consent stimulates debate rather than stifles it’ - The Guardian
Please note: Tuesday 22nd February is a socially distanced production.
COVID Measures: In line with the latest
government guidelines, we encourage mask-wearing inside our building.
This precaution is to help with the safety of our audiences, staff and
volunteers while Covid-19 is still capable of infecting people and
therefore disrupting our ability to run performances. We can supply
masks for people who wish to wear one when they are going to watch a
show, and our Front of House staff will be pleased to assist with this.
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Standard tickets: £14. Members: £7. Member guest: £10. Under £16/full time student: £7. Concession: £12. Final 2 shows: £18