Playwrought: Omelette

Mia and Mo have been to all the marches, turned off the heating and eaten the goldfish – but the climate’s still collapsing and they’re buckling under the pressure of saving the planet.

Omelette is a new play by Anna Spearpoint about climate anxiety, giving things up, and the pressure to do the right thing all the time.

Selected as part of the Playwrought development programme, Omelette will receive a rehearsed reading on Friday 24 January at 3pm, directed by JMK Award finalist Tash Hyman. The reading will last approximately 1 hour.

To reserve your free place, please contact Eleanor Dawson at Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.