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    ARCHIVE: Radiant Vermin

    • 12 May -
      14 May 2016
      12 May - 14 May 2016

    Written by Philip Ridley
    Directed by David Mercatali
    Starring Scarlett Alice Johnson, Sean Michael Verey and Debra Baker

    Following its première here in spring 2015, this wickedly comic satire went on to Soho Theatre, receiving rave reviews. We’re delighted to welcome it back before its New York run.

    Ollie and Jill want to tell you about their dream home. Some of the things they did to get it you might find… shocking. But they want you to know – whatever they did – they did it all for their baby.

    From the writing/directing duo who created Dark Vanilla Jungle and Tender Napalm, Radiant Vermin is a thrilling, darkly wonderful and absorbing play about a young couple offered a way out of the housing crisis, and just how far they’re prepared to go to get everything they’ve always wanted.

    Nominated for two Off West End Awards, it is written by the internationally acclaimed Time Out, Evening Standard and Critics’ Circle Award-winner Philip Ridley and directed by the Evening Standard Award-nominee David Mercatali. If you missed it last time, or can’t wait to come back, don’t delay as tickets won’t be around for long.

    • RUNNING TIME1hr 30mins
    • TICKETSFull £13 / Concession £9
    • VENUE


    Contains some strong language and adult themes

    Business Club Members can get 2 for 1 tickets to the performance on Thu 12 May at 8pm. Book early as this offer is subject to availability. To claim please quote your company promotion code over the phone or in person at the Box Office. Please bring proof of the company you work for.

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      "A darkly funny morality play... extraordinary"

      The Guardian
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      "Very funny... truly haunting"

      The Independent
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      "A deeply macabre, stingingly funny modern fairy tale... clever, funny and provocative"

      Financial Times
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      "The most precise, intense and breathtaking piece of performance, masterfully directed"

      The Stage
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      WhatsOnStage, TheatreCat, Public Reviews, The Arts Desk, The Evening Standard

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