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    • 03 Nov -
      07 Nov 2015
      03 Nov - 07 Nov 2015

    Written by Rebecca Lenkiewicz

    A gripping and haunting new play about sex, fear, religion and magic, from the BAFTA-winning writer, Rebecca Lenkiewicz.

    After decades free from witch hunts, Walkern’s cunning woman Jane Wenham is blamed for a tragic death – and charged with witchcraft. A terrifying ordeal begins, as the village is torn between those who want to save her life, and those who claim to want to save her soul.

    Inspired by events in a Hertfordshire village, this beautiful,throat-catching new play is alive with the mysteries of nature, sex and the supernatural, and blasts society’s hunger to find – and create – witches.

    Rebecca Lenkiewicz won a 2015 BAFTA for co-writing Ida, which also won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film. She won a Fringe First for her play Soho: A Tale of Table Dancers, and her plays The Night Season and Her Naked Skin both premiered at the National Theatre.

    Following Ciphers in 2013, we’re delighted to see Out of Joint back at Tobacco Factory Theatres this autumn.

    • TICKETS£14 Full / Concession £10 (no concessions Fri or Sat eve)
    • VENUE
      • Matinées
      • Thu 1pmFull £14 / Concession £10
      • Sat 2.30pmFull £14 / Concession £10

    Evening shows 8pm

    Post Show Talk
    Please join us after the performance on Tuesday for a free post-show discussion.

    Business Club Members can get 2 for 1 tickets to the performance on Wed 04 November at 8pm. Book early as this offer is subject to availability. Please bring proof of the company you work for.

    Click here for more information on joining the Business Club.

    BSL Interpreted Performance
    There will be a BSL Interpreted Performance on Thu 05 November at 8pm. Email tickets@tobaccofactorytheatres.com to book tickets in sight of the interpreter.

    • Array

      “A deeply affecting and rousing drama”

      The Independent on Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s Her Naked Skin
    • Array

      “Brilliant. It wrenches the gut and makes the soul sing.”

      The Times on Out of Joint and Arcola Theatre’s Crouch Touch Pause Engage
    • “Out of Joint -a must-see company”

      Time Out

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