Leaves by DHW Mildon. Directed by Simon Evans.

Cravanserail, 5 Cheshire Street, London

When:Event passed!
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Wed 31st Jan 2018 to
Fri 2nd Feb 2018

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Where:Cravanserail, 5 Cheshire Street, London E2 6ED
Map:Map & Nearby
Times:9 Performances Over Three Weeks January 24th/25th/26th January 30th/31st/February 1st February 7th/8th/9th
Admission:£12 online and on the door
Picture of Leaves by DHW Mildon. Directed by Simon Evans.

About the event

A short play about love and literature.

"So we went for a walk. And she took my hand. She leaned into me, with her weight, the little there was of her. And for the first time in my life I was needed. I was wanted.”

Henry Wicks is promoting his latest book. Respected as an outstanding mind of unparalleled erudition, but where did he learn his French and which books inhabit the heart as well as the mind?

DHW Mildon and Simon Evans are reunited after their success with The Flood.

Praise for The Flood by DHW Mildon, directed by Simon Evans
"a tragic and harrowing piece...Tender, stirring and poignant,The Flood is an innovative portrayal of a troubling
illness." ????? The Upcoming
"the season’s stand-out...deep emotional power" - Exeunt Magazine "less frenetic, but even more powerful... touchingly written" - The Stage

Director - Simon Evans
Simon Evans' theatre as a director includes THE RESISTABLE RISE OF ARTURO UI at the Donmar Warehouse, THE DAZZLE, BUG and FOOL FOR LOVE at Found111, ALLIGATORS at Hampstead Theatre, SILENCE OF THE SEA at the Donmar Warehouse,ALMOST MAINE at the Park Theatre,THE FLOOD at the Hope Theatre.

Small Things Theatre’s first play The Stolen Inches was a sellout at the Edinburgh Festival in 2015, followed by No Place For a Woman which opened to 4* and 5* reviews at Theatre503 in London in May 2017. There latest work A Gym Thing received 4* from The Scotsman at The Pleasance, Edinburgh 2017 and is returning to London in May. They also are producing Anything Is Possible If You Think About it Hard Enough by Cordelia O’Neill and Boots by Jessica Butcher and Sacha Volt at VaultFestival 2018. They champion new writers and their regular Night of Small Things in association with the Old Red Lion Theatre in Islington provides a platform for emerging artists of all disciplines to showcase their work. Their other upcoming collaboration is with UN Women’s HeForShe Arts Week in which they will host a special Night of Small Things for HeForShe and a discussion on gender equality and female empowerment.

Official Link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/leaves-by-dhw-mildon-directed-by-simon-evans-tickets-40923751041

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