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Alex Oates’ play, SILK ROAD opens at Trafalgar Studios on 7th August and runs until 1st September.
Vinay Patel’s new play, STICKS AND STONES will be at Summerhall in Edinburgh from 1st to 25th August, following a successful run in June at Theatr Clwyd.
Owen Sheers’ has written the film poem in the voice of the NHS, TO PROVIDE ALL PEOPLE. It celebrates the 70th anniversary of the NHS by telling the story of one day in the NHS, from dusk to dawn, with a single hospital at its heart.
THE GREATEST WEALTH, commissioned by and performed at The Old Vic, will celebrate 70 years of the NHS. Paul Unwin’s monologue is one of eight specially-commissioned monologues which form a response to each decade since Aneurin Bevan launched the NHS at Park Hospital, Manchester on 5 July 1948.
Directed by Victor Buhler, RUNNING NAKED tells the story of two men that first met as teenage cancer patients. Twenty years later Mark is a successful womanizing doctor whilst Ben has become a neurotic recluse. After a dramatic piece of news upends their lives, Mark stakes everything he – and Ben – has on breaking Ben out of his shell, dragging him on an adventure that will change both their lives.
Written by Owen Sheers, UNICORNS, ALMOST is a new one-man play about the life and work of World War II poet Keith Douglas.
CHIC MURRAY: A FUNNY PLACE FOR A WINDOW is written and directed by Stuart Hepburn.
James Rogan directs BBC One’s new three-part documentary which examines the 1993 death of Stephen Lawrence.
Written by Owen Sheers, TO PROVIDE ALL PEOPLE celebrates the 70th anniversary of the NHS by telling the story of one day in the NHS, from dusk to dawn, with a single hospital at its heart.
John Fitzpatrick’s new play, REARED, will be at Theatre 503 from the 4th to the 28th April.