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Performance

VenueNew Wolsey Theatre
Other spaces: Studio
TownIpswich
CountySuffolk
From13th October 2020
To17th October 2020
What is currently on at New Wolsey Theatre (V81)

Noughts and Crosses

T0919970158
Noughts and Crosses is a love story set in a society divided by racial prejudice and terrorism. Sephy is a Cross, the daughter of a Deputy Prime Minister, and Callum is a Nought, the son of an activist. Their desire to be together begins to outweigh family loyalty, prompting a political emergency with unimaginable consequences.
Book by Malorie Blackman
Adapted by Sabrina Mahfouz


Archive :: production:T0919970158, play:S01664304070, venue:V81
Current production:Work

Production details

Company

Presented byBelgrade Theatre Coventry
Producer Mercury Theatre Colchester
Producer York Theatre Royal
Presented byDerby Theatre
Presented byPilot Theatre
Director Esther Richardson
Director Corey Campbell (associate direction and movement)
Design Simon Kenny
Music Arun Ghosh
Music Xana
Sound Arun Ghosh
Sound Xana
Sound Adam McCready
Lighting Joshua Drualas Pharo
Design William Galloway (video)
Design Rafael Vartanian (associate video designer)
Director Kenan Ali (flight direction)
Performer Heather Agyepong
Performer Billy Harris
Performer Doreene Blackstock
Performer Jack Condon
Performer Danie Copeland
Performer Lisa Howard
Performer Chris Jack
Performer Kimisha Lewis

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