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One Under Tickets

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A new reimagining of Winsome Pinnock's 2005 play, One Under tickets are not to be missed!
One Under by Winsome Pinnock Directed by Amit Sharma Commissioned by Ramps on the Moon. Presented in association with Curve. Winsome Pinnock (Leave Taking, Bush Theatre) reimagines her 2005 play about the power of guilt and the quest for atonement. Cyrus drives a Tube train. Sonny jumps in front of it. Desperate to arrive at the truth of what happened, Cyrus is brought to a troubling possibility: that all routes lead back to him. Award-winning playwright Winsome Pinnock and acclaimed director Amit Sharma (The Solid Life of Sugar Water, National Theatre) join forces for this deeply powerful drama about searching for meaning in a complex world. Graeae are world-renowned for placing D/deaf and disabled artists centre-stage. This brand new staging of One Under sparks a vital discussion about mental health and invisible disabilities, and features creative captioning and audio description at all performances.
  • local_play Tickets from only £12
  • date_range Dec 10, 2019 → Dec 21, 2019
  • assistant Arcola Theatre
    24 Ashwin Street, Dalston,London, E8 3DL
  • subway Highbury & Islington
  • access_time 1hr 40min (no interval)
  • supervised_user_circle This production is recommended for ages 16+.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 (4 Reviews)
  • Review Avatar Dec 13, 2019

    Excellent play, loved the acting. Tackling some tough issues. Would recommend to all

  • Review Avatar Dec 13, 2019

    Had been looking forward to the play after hearing interesting discussion on Radio 4/Front Row. Was dIsappointed though. Very good acting by Evelyn Oyedokun and Shenagh Govan. Did not find Reece Pantry convincing in the role which, to be fair, was somewhat ambiguous. The basic storyline is an interesting one, full of possibilities for real dramatic impact but there were too many inconclusive threads and it felt laboured in parts.

  • Review Avatar Dec 15, 2019

    Interesting, made you think about the subject matter, how it affects the people round them and made you come to your own conclusion.

  • Review Avatar Dec 16, 2019

    It was a good play to watch. The acting was very good but the ending was a bit of a mystery!