“If I don’t want to tell anyone, it’s up to me, right?”
A relationship where it has become impossible to talk. A system that protects abuse of power. How do you speak out?
Not Talking is the never-before-seen first play by Olivier award-winning writer Mike Bartlett (Doctor Foster, King Charles III, Albion).
Written in 2005, this gripping and lyrical drama blasts open cultures of silence with small acts of protest, Chopin and occasional dancing to Westlife.
Q&A with Mike Bartlett
A unique opportunity for audiences to hear from the man behind Doctor Foster, King Charles III and Albion. Join us for a Q&A discussing with Mike Bartlett his writing and how it feels to have his very first play brought to the stage, 10 years after being penned.
Tuesday 22 May, after 7/30pm performance (free to attend with a show ticket that evening)
There will be a free discussion for audience members with the Not Talking team hosted by Jeannie from Arcola’s community.
Saturday 5 May, after 3pm matinee performance
Talking about Not Talking
Join director James Hillier and the cast of Not Talking in a free Q&A about bringing to life this never-before-seen play.
Wednesday 9 May, after 7.30pm performance
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|Best||£26 (£22 previews)|
|Standard||£22 (£19 previews)|
Standard tickets are £12 or less with Arcola Passport.
Monday - Saturday, 7.30pm
All Saturdays and Weds 30 May, 3pm matinee
Pay What You Can Tuesdays – limited allocation of tickets available in person, each Tuesday from 6pm. More info »
Running time: 75 minutes approximately .
Description of sexual violence
Suitable for 14+
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