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Sea Wall archive

Author Simon Stephens.

Archive listings for Sea Wall

Work type: Play.

T553982709

Things for Alex are good. He loves his wife, his daughter, his city, his job. But sometimes the force of life can crash against you. Sometimes everything you thought you could always depend on can be taken away. Sea Wall was written by Simon Stephens as a stage play for Andrew Scott and first performed at the Bush Theatre in 2008 and subsequently performed at the NT Shed in 2013 and the Project Arts Centre, Dublin Theatre Festival in 2015.Producer Paines Plough. Director George Perrin. Performer Andrew Scott (Alex).
18 Jun 18 to 30 Jun 18Old Vic Theatre, West End :: V402
listing details L1723937604

A Fundraising Gala - T759824081

An intimate reading by the playwright Simon Stephens. Please join us on the 29th of March at the Bush Theatre's new home for this unforgettable evening and become a Rising Star of the Bush. The evening will include cocktails and canap├ęs before the performance and a superb SEA WALL soiree afterwards.
29 Mar 11Bush Theatre, Inner London :: V300
listing details L01532523504

T01039112695

Things for Alex are good. He loves his wife, his daughter, his city, his job. But sometimes the force of life can crash against you. Sometimes everything you thought you could always depend on can be taken away. Sea Wall is a story about family, fear and the things that can't be undone. It is award-winning playwright Simon Stephens' new play. His previous plays include Pornography (Traverse Theatre, 2008), Port (Pearson Award for Best Play), Christmas, On the Shore of the Wide World (Olivier Award for Best New Play), Motortown, and Harper Regan.Producer Bush Theatre. Director George Perrin. Lighting Natasha Chivers. Performer Andrew Scott.
5 Oct 09 to 17 Oct 09Bush Theatre, Inner London :: V300
listing details L1629754759
6 Aug 09 to 16 Aug 09Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V605
listing details L1207601960

Falling Light - T0119968568

"A superb monologue from Simon Stephens. The engaging Andrew Scott is Alex, an uxorious young man with an eccentric father-in-law, who finds his contented family life torn apart. Stephens packs more into these 25 minutes than most writers manage in a full-length drama." Fiona Mountford, Evening StandardProducer The Bush. Director George Perrin. Performer Andrew Scott.
13 Oct 08 to 14 Oct 08Bush Theatre, Inner London :: V300
listing details L01106485691
6 Oct 08 to 11 Oct 08Bush Theatre, Inner London :: V300
listing details L1343517578

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