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After the Peace

After the Peace

Synopsis

by Clare Bayley

Director | Deborah Paige

Designer | Anna Cierpial

London: the future. A new interim regime is holding together a tentative peace after civil war. Sophie has got a summer job in a rebuilt leisure centre and is falling in love with Caz. But the past is not forgotten, and some dark secrets are surfacing.

Clare Bayley won a Fringe First and the Amnesty International Award for her play The Container. Her plays have been produced at the National Theatre (The Enchantment), The Young Vic (The Container, Blavatsky, The Shift), Hampstead Theatre Downstairs and the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff (Blue Sky), Assembly Roxy Upstairs in Edinburgh (Pixel Dust) and internationally. Family Trees will have a rehearsed reading directed by Lotte Wakeham at Bolton Octagon in November 2019. Radio plays include The Secret Place, The Bringer of Sweets and Portobello Beach for BBC Radio 4.

Event details

Thu 4 Jul 2019, 8:15pm

Captioned in house by Stagetext

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Venue details

RADA: The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)
62-64 Gower St, Bloomsbury
London
WC1E 6ED
The Arts Council
The Arts Council
The Arts Council