Untold Stories New Writing Festival Heads to Pleasance

Untold Stories New Writing Festival is bringing their New Writing Festival to The Pleasance this Autumn. Following a sold festival at The Arcola earlier this year and a hugely successful year at SLAM Kings Cross in 2017, where they staged 24 new plays over four festivals to sell out audiences and critical acclaim.

Once again, they will be presenting a collection of diverse new plays by some of the most exciting and up and coming theatre makers and playwrights, featuring highlights from 2017, the best of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, International Artists from Iceland and the US, and debuts from existing artists.

Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th October

Tick Tock by Mark Lindow
'Time, it's a funny bugger. Not enough when you need it, too much when you don't.' Sandra informs her dog in this bittersweet drama on how the old are hidden in plain sight by their age.

Moment of Grace by Bren Gosling
Based on personal testimonies, Bren Gosling's ground-breaking and intensely moving new play is inspired by Lady Diana's visit to Britain's first AIDS Unit at London's Middlesex Hospital.

Diary of an Expat by Cecelia Gragnani
One-woman show exploring the relationship between modern migrant Cecilia and London, a comic story about trying to become British whilst remaining deeply Italian.
Forget Me Nots by Anna IrisWorld War II drama from Icelandic theatre collective Rokkur Friggjar, a story about love, new priorities and the people that get hurt along the way.

Plus other writers to be announced.

Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th November
The Edge of You by Off Kilter Theatre Company
From the outside, James and Grace seem the perfect couple. But what about from the inside? A new play that exposes the gaps between what we think and what we say.

Miss Irrelevant by Jeff Stolzer
Inspired by the #MeToo movement, this is a UK premiere from US playwright Jeff Stolzer. Percy by Tom CollinsonPercy has always worked in kitchens, but his new manager has plans.

What I Do by Dan Davies
A homeless man tells his story of survival on London's streets and how he is quite happy where he is.

Stevie by Rebecca Jones
Noah has spent his life in a wheelchair, but that hasn't stopped him having sporting dreams.

Plus other writers to be announced.

Tickets: £12/£10 (book for both Festivals for £20)
Box Office: 020 7609 1800

Related Articles View More UK Regional Stories   Shows

More Hot Stories For You


Before you go...

Like Us On Facebook
Follow Us On Twitter
Follow Us On Instagram instagram