12 – 15 | 19 – 22 November 2020

 Co-production with Cusack Projects Ltd in association with HighTide.

Pop-up production at Never For Ever (formerly Pizza East) in Kentish Town ahead of next year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

Witty revenge tale about an actress in her 40’s under investigation for the murder of an auteur theatre director. 

Thurs, Fri & Sat 7pm | Sunday 3pm & 5.30pm

Tickets £10 | 0207 267 7007 

BOOK: neverforeverkt.com/book

Kentish Town tube

Tickets can be purchased via the link above. Please select the exact date and time of the performance you wish to attend and proceed as if booking a table. Follow the steps then select ‘Psychodrama Ticket’. Payments are taken securely through the website. You will receive a confirmation email and link to arrival protocols.

Running time 70mins.

Cast & Creatives

  • Emily Bruni
  • Matt Wilkinson Writer & Director
  • James Turner Design
  • Elliot Griggs Lighting
    Elliot trained at RADA. For HighTide: Forget Me Not  (Bush Theatre); Lampedusa (Soho Theatre/HighTide Festival/Unity Theatre, Liverpool). Theatre includes: Pomona (National Theatre/Royal Exchange/Orange Tree Theatre); Yen (Royal Court/Royal Exchange); The ArgumentDeluge (Hampstead Theatre); Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis (Hull Truck/Bolton Octagon); Chicken (Eastern Angles); Tether (Edinburgh Festival); buckets (Orange Tree Theatre); Hansel and Gretel (Belgrade Theatre Coventry); Contact (Bravo 22); Benefit (Cardboard Citizens); Fleabag (Soho Theatre/UK Tour); Henry IV (Associate Lighting Designer, Donmar Warehouse); CommonWealth (Almeida Theatre); Defect (Perfect Pitch); He Had Hairy HandsThe Boy Who Kicked Pigs (The Lowry, Manchester/UK tour);  Marching On Together (Old Red Lion); My Eyes Went DarkRachel, John Ferguson, The Soft of her Palm, And I and Silence (Finborough Theatre); Infanticide (Camden People’s Theatre); Belleville Rendez-Vous (Greenwich Theatre); Meat (Theatre503); Lagan (Oval House Theatre); Love Re:Imagined (Only Connect); Folk Contraption (Southbank Centre).    Awards: Best Lighting Designer (Off West End Awards 2014); New Talent in Entertainment Lighting (Association of Lighting Designers 2014); Francis Reid Award (Association of Lighting Designers 2011); ShowLight Award (NSDF 2009).
  • Gareth Fry Sound Designer