Now, with a reputation for provocative plays such as 2015 Edinburgh fringe hit Swallow, the Scottish Playwright makes her Royal Court debut with new play Human Animals.
In what sounds like a strange, surreal new play, the animals begin to take over the city. Rats, foxes and pigeons threaten the urban environment as 'nature is getting out of control'. And this is no mere vermin problem: 'It's contagious. It has to be stopped, before it's too late'.
We are intrigued to see how such disquieting ideas come to life on stage, especially as Director Hamish Pirie is not short of inventive ideas: his last two productions at the Royal Court included a giant ball pit and a hint of Dr Who's tardis.
|What||Human Animals, Royal Court Theatre|
Royal Court Theatre
Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8AS | MAP
|Nearest tube||Sloane Square (underground)|
18 May 16 – 18 Jun 16, 7:45 PM – 9:45 PM
|Price||£20 / £15 concession|
|Website||Click here to book via Royal Court Theatre|