23 Feb 2015 - 04 Apr 2015

World Premiere


By Mike Bartlett

Directed By Sacha Wares

Tickets £16 - £30

production information

In a housing crisis, a young couple are offered a home of their own. But at what price?

The world premiere of this provocative new play by Mike Bartlett invites us to spy on a family as they embark upon a dangerous new way to live.

Game audiences will see the Almeida auditorium radically transformed in a production that offers an unnervingly intimate viewing experience.

This production reunites writer Mike Bartlett (Earthquakes in London, Cock, King Charles III) with acclaimed director-designer duo Sacha Wares and Miriam Buether (Wild Swans, Sucker Punch, My Child, generations).

Dates & Tickets

Monday to Saturday performances 7pm & 9.30pm*
Saturday matinee performances 4pm from 28 feb

* Mon 23 Feb 7pm only

Tue 24 Mar (after 9.30pm performance)

Captioned Performance
Tue 24 Mar 7pm

Audio Described Performance
Sat 28 Mar 4pm (Touch Tour at 2.15pm)

Theatre includes: Peter and Alice (Michael Grandage Company / West End); Responsible Other (Workshop, Made By Brick); A Good Boy (Etcetera Theatre).

Television includes: Silk; Doc Martin; Vicious; Midsomer Murders; Casualty; Tracy Beaker;The Bill.

Film includes: Petroleum Spirit; Obsidian.

Georgina trained at Hurtwood House and is a member of the National Youth Theatre.

★★★★★ Sacha Ware's execution of this show stuns... sickeningly brilliant.

Mail on Sunday


★★★★ Extraordinary... Sacha Wares' production is a marvel of nerve-nagging stealth, pace and coordination.

The Independent


★★★★ Short, sharp, pulse-quickening... Brilliant.

Daily Telegraph

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★★★★ A knockout... I couldn't look away.

Financial Times


★★★★ Vivid... exhilarating.

Time Out

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★★★★ An ingeniously executed evening.

The Observer

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★★★★ Pulls the trigger on a powerful image of the society of the spectacle… a nerve-tearing experience.

The Arts Desk

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★★★ Short, sharp, shocking… It is all done with fiendish cleverness.

The Guardian

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Additional information

Tickets can be booked in Zones A - D. Each zone offers an equal, yet subtly different, perspective on the action. 

All seating and standing is at stalls level and unreserved. Please click here for more information.

Latecomers will not be admitted. The running time is approximately 1 hour with no interval.

Please note this production contains nudity, startling noises and acts some people may consider violent.

Cast & Creatives

Georgina Beedle
Clare Burt
Daniel Cerqueira
Laurence Grant (in projection)
Kevin Harvey
Chloe Hesar
Jodie McNee
Mike Noble
Ben Righton
Richard Sumitro
Susan Wokoma
Oscar Bennett
Jonah Miller
Ben Roberts

Direction Sacha Wares
Design Miriam Buether
Costume Design Alex Lowde
Light Design Jack Knowles
Sound  Design Gareth Fry
Video Design 59 Productions
   Creative Director Leo Warner
   Programmer Maximilien Spielbichler
   Animator and
   Lead Assistant Designer
   Gareth Damian Martin
   Animator Georgia Clegg  
Movement Direction Leon Baugh
Casting Julia Horan CDG  
Assistant Direction Anthony Almeida
Costume Supervision Jemima Penny
and Eleanor Dolan
Dialect Coach Charmian Helen Hoare