From March 16-21, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and Abi Zakarian will be in residence at the Bunker, opening the stage for a series of co-curated evenings including Teddy Lamb’s night of trans performance and Nastazja Somers’ evening of resistance and the work Eastern European migrants in the UK.
Winsome Pinnock’s new play – the winner the 2018 Alfred Fagon Award – is an exploration of black British history and the slave trade, directed by Miranda Cromwell, co-director of the Young Vic’s revelatory Death of a Salesman. It opens on March 17.
Continuing his West End residency with Anya Reiss’ take on Chekhov, Jamie Lloyd has gathered a dazzling cast, including Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke, Indira Varma, and Teenage Dick’s Daniel Monks. It opens on March 19.
Third Angel brings its latest show, a playful piece about a clandestine bureaucratic organisation making sure our attention is elsewhere as the world combusts, to the Traverse from March 19-21.
Following her glittering Antigone at the New Diorama, Lulu Raczka’s “unnervingly relevant” play, much of which takes place in total blackness, is in Salisbury from March 19-21 as part of a UK tour.