Scott Graham and Kathy Burke co-direct Frantic Assembly’s touring production of a new play by Sally Abbott about two sisters haunted by their past. It’s in Edinburgh from February 18-22.
Sally Cookson’s production of Patrick Ness’ moving children’s book about grief is on a UK tour. Containing “moments of piercing beauty” according to The Stage’s review, it calls at Theatre Royal Nottingham from February 18-22.
Paapa Essiedu and Gershwyn Eustache Jr star in Antoinette Nwandu’s Beckettian play with biblical overtones about the experience of being a young black man. Indhu Rubasingham directs the production, which opens on February 19.
The second major Caryl Churchill revival this month, following Far Away at the Donmar Warehouse, sees star in Polly Findlay’s production of her play about the moral implications of cloning. It opens on February 19.
Brazil’s Coletiva Ocupação stages a recreation of the 2015 São Paulo school occupations in London. Part re-enactment, part forum, part party, the show is designed to take audiences into the heart of the protest. It runs from February 19-29.