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hang tickets available now with no booking fees!
A crime has been committed.
The victim has a choice to make.
The criminal is waiting.
A shattering new play about an unspeakable decision.
debbie tucker green returns to the Royal Court to direct her new play.
The cast includes Marianne Jean-Baptiste who makes her Royal Court debut and Claire Rushbrook.
debbie tucker green’s previous plays for the Royal Court include truth and reconciliation (which she also directed), random and stoning mary. Other plays include nut (writer/director, National Theatre), generations (Young Vic), trade (RSC) and born bad (for which she won an Olivier Award, Hampstead Theatre). She won a BAFTA for Best Single Drama for her Channel 4 film adaptation of random which she also directed. Her debut feature film Second Coming (writer/director) stars Nadine Marshall and Idris Elba and is released later this year.
‘Provocative, touching, darkly humorous… its understated power is remarkable’ Time Out on nut
Age guidance 14+
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Price Band A £35 seats for £25
Price Band B £25 for £16
Price Band c £16 for £12
Theatre lovers, book early! Ticket prices from £12
Catherine Jordan12th July
The performance of Hang was really good. It's a short play with no break. It kept me hanging on the edge of my seat, and was intriguing to know what exactly happened that brought them to the situation they were in, in the first place. Even though it was serious, there were comical elements to the play. I would definitely recommend seeing it.
Claire Littley6th July
Loved this play. Intense and moving and thought provoking. Brilliant performances by all, especially Marianne Jean Baptiste.
FRIEDA OU21st June
very good. Have a wonderful night.
Catalina Carter15th June
It was really amazing! Truly a fine piece of art. Marianne Jean-Baptiste's emotional and powerful performance as "Three" had ne holding my breath and sitting on the edge of my seat. It was heatbreakingly beautiful!