Daniel Bailey, associate director at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, directs a revival of Joe Penhall’s intelligent examination of institutional racism and perceptions of mental health, starring Thomas Coombes and Richard Lintern. It opens on February 5.
Sabrina Mahfouz’s adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s popular young adult dystopian novel opens at Derby Theatre on February 6 ahead of a UK tour. Billy Harris and Heather Agyepong star.
Jamie Lloyd’s cycle of Pinter’s one-act plays concludes with a double bill of two 1950s works, A Slight Ache and The Dumb Waiter. Lloyd directs both plays and the cast includes John Heffernan, Gemma Whelan, Danny Dyer and Martin Freeman. They open February 6.
Ad Infinitum’s show about the pros and cons of having children as a gay couple opens at Battersea Arts Centre on February 7 after a successful run at last year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The Stage’s review called it “constantly compelling”.
Greyscale consists of two monologues by Madeline Gould and Joel Samuels intended to explore dating culture in the #MeToo era. Performed by a rotating cast, it opens in the Vaults on February 7.