Have you ever wondered whether having a child is a responsible or a selfish act?
Amidst the constant bombardment of headlines and news reports about tragedies, destruction and global political unrest, can we really justify bringing a child into the world?
Don’t miss the world premiere of Nina Segal’s In the Night Time (Before the Sun Rises). A play that explores one couple’s anxiety over having their first baby with humour, empathy and understanding.
Over the course of one night, a man and woman try to comfort their screaming infant. But, as the hours grow longer, and they become intoxicated from lack of sleep, the world becomes elastic around them and the horrors that scar our planet crash into the baby’s room.
Book now to see this powerful and pertinent new play directed by Genesis Future Director Award winner, Ben Kidd.
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Approx running time: 60 mins
Please note, there is smoking, loud noises and some strobe lighting throughout the show.
Have we told you about our Gate Weekend offer?
£10 tickets for any Thursday, Friday or Saturday performance. Quote GATEWEEKEND online, over the phone or at the counter; subject to availability.
Check out our trailer below!
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Book now to see In the Night Time (Before the Sun Rises) and both parts of The Iphigenia Quartet for only £40.
Quote FAMILY online, at the counter or over the phone.
Rehearsal photo credits to Bill Knight