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Who Cares

Who Cares (Play) production archive for QTIX code T807320196. Details of all Who Cares archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S975159663

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10 Apr 15
16 May 15
Royal Court - Jerwood Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


Who Cares archiveThe NHS belongs to us. In the run-up to the 2015 General Election the NHS is emerging as the key issue in the party political agenda. The Royal Court is responding to that public passion and debate by staging Michael Wynne's new verbatim play Who Cares. Over the past 18 months Michael Wynne has interviewed nurses, doctors, paramedics, historians, policy makers and politicians up and down the country, gathering an unrivalled collection of verbatim testimonies from those connected to every aspect of the NHS. Taking over the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs as well as hidden spaces around the building, this journeying performance will give voice to the unheard perspectives on the past, present and possible future of our NHS. In a promenade performance audiences will be led around intimate spaces by a cast of professional actors. This is a standing, promenade performance. If you are unable to stand or have access requirements please speak to a member of Box Office when booking on the 020 7565 5000.


Philip Arditti, Robert Bathurst, Elizabeth Berrington, Eileen O'Brien, Martina Laird, Nathaniel Martello-White


Author: Michael Wynne
Producer: Royal Court Theatre
Director(s): Debbie Hannan, Lucy Morrison, Hamish Pirie
Design: Andrew D Edwards
Lighting: Natasha Chivers
Sound: Daniel Krass


No UKTW or User reviews available.
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