We're delighted to announce further details for the OT's inaugural Greenhouse Festival next month.
In partnership with LAMDA, their latest batch of graduating students are bringing their rising-star talents to the OT's stage this summer with their fresh and exciting takes on modern classics.
As previously announced, the shows that will be headlining the festival are:
The Small Things by Enda Walsh, directed by Robert Elwood
The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco, translated by Martin Crimp, directed by Saniya Saraf
Machinal by Sophie Treadwell, directed by Anna Hampton
Wolfie by Ross Willis, Martha Barnett
Tickets are just £12, with a multibuyer offer available when booking for two or more performances.
Alongside these exciting shows, Greenhouse Festival also includes the exciting opportunity to take part in a range of masterclasses, workshops and talks from the OT's creative team. OT Associate Directors Guy Jones and Natasha Rickman will each be running individual workshops, offering their expertise on the industry. The OT will also be welcoming back director Diane Page (Yellowman at the OT) who's wokrshop will centre around the Director-Designer relationship.
Tickets for workshops cost £5, with a special workshop and show offer: book for a workshop and get a £5 ticket discount to see a Greenhouse Festival show.