Run

Part of the GAYW3 Season 2017, RUN opens at JW3 on 08 March. Book here.

love, riots, sex, rebellion, beached whales, the entire universe and him…

★★★★★ Jewish News
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★★★★ LGBTQ Arts Review
★★★★ Jewish News

It’s artful, honest and deeply romantic, whilst still being devastatingly in its meditations on modern anti-Semitism. Put simply, it’s vital viewing, and so is whatever its creative team does next. Highly recommended.
Exeunt Magazine

It’s the last day of term and Yonni’s pissed off.

He just wants to get away from Mum, away from Shabbat and head up to his room. That’s where Adam is. The only person Yonni wants to be around, think about, be about…

And as the night unfolds and falls into chaos – some of it real, and some of it not so – Yonni pulls us into his world… A world filled with school riots, first loves, beached whales, political demonstrations, cinema, sex and rebellion.

Run is set in London, right now, and encompasses all of Time, Space and the Universe, and explores what it means to love, to lose, and how to grow from a boy into a man.

Details:
Run was met with critical acclaim and chocked full houses when it opened at the Vault Festival in 2016. Included in PLAYS FROM VAULT, the official publication comprising the five best plays from the festival, The Stage recommended it as one of their best books for theatre professionals.

RUN has a number in dates booked in 2017. We are opening at the GAYW3 Festival at JW3 in March, before a week in Brighton followed by a three week run in London.
*After that we’re in discussions with venues in Manchester, Glasgow, Tel Aviv and Reykjavík. We’re looking at around a week in each city – in studio sized spaces (100 capacity).

We’re looking for a £6,000 investment in the show to cover up front salaries, travel and accommodation.
You can invest here.
You can find projections and costs here.
Download our full investment pack here.

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