Out of Joint develops, produces and tours political, humane and socially engaged shows of outstanding quality, that spark and enrich conversations at kitchen tables around the UK.
by Kate Bowen
directed by Kate Wasserberg
“You were the only folk out of five thousand who got through – you’re legit badass.”
Cormack, Findlay and Davies are the elite. They are the first generation of female soldiers to serve in the British infantry in close combat roles, ever. They’ve aced physical tests only 5% of female soldiers can pass; they’ve been trained to shoot, fight and kill. They’ve proven their exceptional skill and discipline – while everyone around them questions whether they should even be allowed to serve. And now they’re about to join the action.
Kate Bowen’s taut, funny and powerful thriller follows three very different, pioneering young women in the world’s most dangerous workplace.
An Out of Joint and Sheffield Theatres production
25 October – 10 November
Sheffield Theatres Studio – Tickets
by Nina Raine
directed by Roger Michell
Our co-production with the National Theatre of Nina Raine’s ‘blistering new play’ (New York Times) makes a triumphant and timely transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre. Claudie Blakley and Stephen Campbell Moore join original cast members Heather Craney and Adam James in a disection of truth, love and the law.
Dizzyingly intelligent and beautifully judgedMatt Trueman, Variety
An Out of Joint and National Theatre production. Presented in the West End by the National Theatre and Sonia Friedman Productions.
The Remains of the Day
adapted by Barney Norris
based on the novel by Kazuo ishiguro
directed by Christopher Haydon
2017 Nobel Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro’s masterpiece of memory and regret entranced millions as a novel and a BAFTA-winning Merchant Ivory film. As fires rage through Europe during and after the second world war, The Remains of the Day exposes the terrible choices hidden behind the manicured gardens and formal dinners of an English stately home.
Rita, Sue and Bob Too
by Andrea Dunbar
directed by Kate Wasserberg
Best friends Rita and Sue get a lift home from married Bob after babysitting his kids and the three start a fling each thinks they can control. Told with wicked humour and a great ear for dialogue, Andrea Dunbar’s semi-autobiographical play is a vivid portrait of girls caught between brutal childhood and an unpromising future, both hungry for adult adventure.
A great production - a blast of real lifeThe Times
An Out of Joint, Octagon Theatre Bolton and Royal Court Theatre
Returning spring 2019
Dates to be announced
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