Theatre503 has had an impressive hit rate of late when it comes to new writing. Next up is John Webber’s debut play about grief and coping with the death of a sibling, directed by Kirsty Patrick Ward (Groan Ups). It opens on November 11.
Combining British Sign Language and spoken English, Fingersmiths’ production of Charlotte Keatley’s classic play about mother-daughter relationships for Sheffield Theatres opens on November 12.
Following the sad news that the Bunker will have to close, having made a real impact in the short time it was open, Chris Sonnex’s autumn season continues with a new piece by playwright Eleanor Tindall. It opens on November 14.
ARC Stockton’s production of Umar Butt’s play about memory, families and the stories that our grandparents carry with them comes to the Traverse Theatre from November 13-14 as part of a UK tour.
Following a UK tour, Tom Morris’ production of Joe Simpson’s gripping memoir about his survival of a mountaineering accident, adapted for the stage by David Greig, opens in the West End on November 14.