Tinuke Craig directs Mike Bartlett’s new adaptation of Maxim Gorky’s play about a family unravelling. A late replacement for Samantha Bond, Siobhán Redmond takes the title role in a production that opens on October 21.
Bethan Marlow’s bilingual play tells the story of the riots in the summer of 1869, when a protest in response to a ban on speaking Welsh when underground was brutally suppressed by the English. Taking place on the streets of Mold, Katie Posner’s production will run from October 21-26.
Following the immense success of Misty, Arinzé Kene’s debut play is revived by JMK award winner Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu for the Orange Tree. It opens on October 22.
This autumn’s wave of Ibsen revivals continues with Chelsea Walker’s fresh take on the story of a young woman itching to escape her marriage. Heledd Gwynn plays Hedda in the production that opens on October 22.
Hannah Khalil’s new play is set in Iraq and inspired in part by the fascinating life of British archaeologist Gertrude Bell. Directed by Erica Whyman, it opens in the Swan Theatre on October 22.