Following a successful run at the Hampstead Theatre, Richard Bean’s play will transfer to the Trafalgar Studios from the 6th June.
This new play is a beautiful and unorthodox love story about two people struggling to escape the guilt and ghosts of the past, set against the shifting world of London postWorld War I. As the roles women play change, Stephanie, a war widow finds it increasingly difficult to play by the rules as she still longs to have a baby. A meeting with Dennis changes everything. A desperate woman. A chivalrous man. And a forbidden kiss.
Known for his plays for comedy and farce such as One Man, Two Guvnors Richard Bean’s Kiss Me is an intimate portrayal of crisis and suffering. Talking about the news of the transfer he said: “I’m very excited that Kiss Me is transferring to Trafalgar Studios, and this intriguing story will hopefully find a wider audience.”
The transfer will see Claire Lams (The King’s Speech, The Little Mermaid) and Ben Lloyd- Hughes (Future Conditional, Henry V) reprising their roles in the production directed by Anna Ledwich.
Kiss Me also features designs by Georgia Lowe and is produced by Mark Cartwright.
Kiss me will appear at the Trafalgar Studios from the 6th June until the 8th July. To book tickets visit ATG Tickets.