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Trafalgar Studios 2, London3.52 reviews
Moving, funny, infinitely relatable, Again is a brand new play with an ingenious theatrical twist.

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A once close-knit family of four reunite after a long period of estrangement. This time, this time, it must go right.

Words never said. Words said that shouldn’t be. Contradicting memories. Family history builds like sedimentary rock, layer upon layer.

In this warm and touchingly comic new drama, Stephanie Jacob peels away the facades and literally re-sets the clock. As the four characters tussle for what they think they want, we are allowed to peer into the recesses of that unknowable unit which so shapes each of our lives: the family.

The world premiere of Stephanie Jacob’s Again is brought to you by production company Mongrel Thumb (Escape The Scaffold at Theatre503/The Other Room - ★★★★ The Stage, Time Out, The Upcoming) and director Hannah Price (Run The Beast Down at the Finborough - ★★★★ Independent, The Stage, Time Out, Nominated for 3 Off West End Awards)

Additional Information

Age restriction


Running time

1hr 15min (no interval)

Performance dates

6 February - 3 March 2018

Venue Information

Trafalgar Studios 214 Whitehall, London SW1A 2DY, United Kingdom, London, SW1A 2DY

Customer Reviews

2 reviews3.5

Yael Ilan-Clarke20th February

Really enjoyed and liked this play. It was honest, not stuffy, a little arty but generally thought it was thought provoking, engaging and a good (if intense) night out!

Ian McEvansoneya17th February

Very good cast. Interesting structure to the play and intriguing premise that was under developed. Spent the time watching feeling there was so much more potential than the writer exploited. Structure was not always clear. Ending was abrupt, creating that awkward moment for the audience of not knowing if there was more to come or that was their cue for applause. Play billed as 75 mins but finished after 65?