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FANTASTIC FEBRUARY AT THE REP

The DOOR, The REP’s most intimate auditorium, plays host to a range of wonderful, eclectic shows. From pop culture to social justice, if you’re looking for something different, it’s in The DOOR.

We’re offering you a sneak peak into what they have to offer this February – and with tickets from only £10, these brilliantly quirky new shows won’t break the bank either!

Wrecking Ball, 2-4 Feb
A male photographer is taking a photograph of a female celebrity. She wants to be reinvented. She wants to be for real.

Wrecking Ball is about consent, power, authorship and putting words in other people’s mouths. It’s about the seductive power of make-believe. In this funny, surreal and unsettling new play “maverick company” (The Guardian) Action Hero ask who’s really in control and how subtle abuses of power shape our relationships – with art, language and with each other.

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Stories To Tell In The Middle Of The Night, 9-18 Feb
Dreamlike and darkly humorous, this live, late night radio show is inspired by the legendary radio shows of Ronnie Wood and Iggy Pop and includes tales of everything from love and obsession to technology and disconnection. Not to mention pork pies. Everyone has a story. 

Having played to rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, don’t miss this unforgettable new production, written and performed by the critically acclaimed Francesca Millican-Slater.

All The Little Lights

All The Little Lights, 22-25 Feb
Joanne and Lisa were like sisters. Then Lisa left. Now they have one last night to salvage their friendship. But will ghosts from the past haunt them forever?

Poignant, moving and darkly funny, All The Little Lights was joint winner of the 2016 George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright and tells the searing story of three girls slipping through the cracks in society. In a world where nobody wants you, what would you do to survive?

Tickets for all of these shows can be booked online or you can call The REP’s box office on 0121 236 4455.

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