American playwright Sarah Kosar wrote the distinctive Mumburger – a skewed study of the ways in which people deal with grief. Her new play explores gun culture in the US and ideas of safety and control, particularly as a woman. Directed by Sara Joyce, it opens at the Yard on June 4.
Bristol’s Wardrobe Ensemble won The Stage Edinburgh Award for its 2017 show, a funny and nostalgic – but insightful – exploration of the UK schools system in the 1990s. It starts a run at Trafalgar Studios on June 5.
Cheek by Jowl joins forces with Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre – here earlier this year with a visually striking take on The Cherry Orchard – for a production of Francis Beaumont’s 1613 comedy directed by Declan Donnellan. It’s on from June 5-8.
Atri Banerjee directs Tanika Gupta’s update of Harold Brighouse’s 1916 play to Manchester’s Northern Quarter in the 1980s. Tony Jayawardena plays patriarch Hari Hobson in the production, which opens on June 5.
Wonder Fools’ touring production – inspired by the true story of four Scottish miners who travelled to Spain to join the International Brigade in fighting fascism – is at the Traverse Theatre from June 6-8.