Kathy Burke will direct Amy Booth-Steel’s one woman show as part of the Turbine Theatre’s 2020 season.
#HonestAmy, a show written and performed by Amy Booth-Steel which ran at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, will run from March 24 to April 11, and will close the season.
The season also includes a transfer of the Barn Theatre’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest, which will run at the venue from February 18 to 29, featuring two actors playing all the parts.
Elsewhere, Burlesque’d Live!, directed by Ashley Luke Lloyd and starring Kelsey Beth Crossley and Charlotte Gooch, will play from January 30 to February 1.
The season also features musical Guy, which runs from March 4 to 7, and is written by Stephen Hyde and Leo Mercer.
The production, which was the recipient of the best new writing award at Buxton Fringe, plays at the Turbine from March 4 to 7.
The Turbine’s artistic director Paul Taylor-Mills said: “I’m delighted that our Spring 2020 season is a celebration of new and emerging talent.
“This is one of the most important strands of our vision and integral part of the future of the Turbine and indeed the theatre landscape in London and beyond.”