Closer by Patrick Marber
A quartet of strangers in a sexual square dance – partners are constantly swapped, caught between desire and betrayal. Their lives intertwine over the course of four and a half years in this densely-plotted, stinging look at modern love and betrayal, chronicling the love affairs, rivalries, seductions and betrayals of four characters (two men, two women) in a spare, intense style – sometimes coarse, sometimes obscene, but also revealing real sensitivity and vulnerability. Closer won the 1997 Olivier award for Best New Play.
Director: Mark Bodicoat who received a Special Mention as director in the NANDA awards for last season’s Quality of Life.
Please Note: This play contains very strong language and sexual references and is not suitable for young people or those who may be upset by this.
Tickets on sale from 7th December (including The Late Night Shopping Event).