The production is set to play at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 22nd September until the 3rd October.
Two new videos have been released of writer and performer Gemma Lawrence and performer RemmieMilner discussing the production Sunnymead Court ahead of the show’s limited run at the Tristan Bates Theatre later this month.
This world premiere production, directed by James Hillier, has been supported by Arts Council England. It also marks the continuing collaboration between Gemma Lawrence and James Hillier, following on from Not Talking at the Arcola Theatre.
From her balcony, Marie blasts out the same tune, every day at 11am. On hers, Stella tends to red geraniums bursting with colour and life.
Two tower blocks facing each other. Two women who are looking for something more.
After a chance encounter in a hailstorm, they start to embark on a new relationship conducted from the safety of their balconies. But when a flurry of miscommunication jeopardises their relationship, will they have the courage to make it work in a world that is changing faster than ever?
In order for the production to go ahead safely, a number of social distancing measures will be in operation at the Tristan Bates Theatre and throughout The Actors Centre, with a maximum capacity of 28 seats for each performance, with tickets available in singles or pairs only. All patrons, unless they have a known medical condition, will be required to wear a mask at the venue, and for the duration of the 45 minute performance. For more information click here.
The production will also be live-streamed where audiences can catch the show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Sunnymead Court will be performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 24th September until the 3rd October.