The Glass Will Shatter

Omnibus Theatre, 1 Clapham Common Northside

Event location:
Omnibus Theatre, 1 Clapham Common Northside Clapham SW4 0QW
When:Event passed!
It was on
Tue 21st Jan 2020 to
Sat 8th Feb 2020

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Where:Omnibus Theatre, 1 Clapham Common Northside SW4 0QW
Map:Map & Nearby
Times:19:30 Tue-Sat 16:00 Sun 14:00 on Sat. 8 Feb.
Admission:£10 preview, £16 standard, £13 concession

About the event

Rebecca still has nightmares about Amina and the unnerving events that unfolded in her classroom. Or is it Amina that still has nightmares? Years later, one of them decides – it’s time to meet, again.

Through a series of gripping flashbacks to the school where Amina learned and Rebecca taught, an irreversible sequence of choices lead to an unexpected end, changing the course of both of their lives.
Thrilling and powerful, the world premiere of The Glass Will Shatter interrogates faith, belonging and polarisation within the school system – and the consequences of Prevent Policy on the quality of education in the UK today.

The performance includes creative captioning and will be followed by a post-show Q&A.

Written by Joe Marsh (Playwright on attachment at the Finborough Theatre).

Directed by Lilac Yosiphon (JMK finalist 2019, Trainee Director with Graeae).

Lighting and Projection by Will Monks (Nominated for both Best Video and Lighting Designer, Off West End Awards).
Cast includes Josephine Arden (ROH) and Nadia Nadif (The Scar Test, Soho Theatre).

Althea Theatre is an award-winning international ensemble made of British and non-British actors and theatre makers based in London, nominated for an Off West End Award for Best Ensemble in 2017 . By exploring national and international viewpoints, the company seeks to challenge issues prevalent in society today.

Previous shows have toured around the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and North America.

Praise for One Last Thing (For Now):
”It is a must-see production that really gets to the heart of what it means to be human” LoveLondonLoveCulture
“A beautiful tapestry of love stories.” Theatre Weekly
Praise for Jericho’s Rose:
”A brave and pioneering piece that gets under your skin.” North West End

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