“All over the world there are these invisible threads stretching between lovers and husbands and wives and couples, that if you could see them, you’d get caught up in them, you’d suffocate”
It’s been 5 years. Vic’s moved on. Charlie’s a medical mystery. And nothing’s making sense. Held together by their past, torn apart by their present and unsure if there even is a future. Their explosive encounter makes them question everything they know and ask why they can’t break free of the threads that bind them together.
David Lane’s thrilling two-hander explores love, loss and what happens when life goes on, but you can’t.
David Lane is an award-nominated British playwright and published dramaturg. He has written numerous plays for young companies, adults and professional touring including work for Half Moon, Proteus, Kilter Theatre, Travelling Light,Theatre Royal Plymouth, Chichester Festival Theatre, British School of Beijing,Salisbury Playhouse, Cheltenham Everyman and the egg.
Lane’s work has previously been described as ‘powerful, chilling and politically engaged’, as well as ‘vivid, disturbing and utterly fascinating’ – ★★★★ The Times.
Time Zone Theatre in association with Arteria Theatre are proud to present the stunning, surreal and beautiful THREADS at the Hope Theatre for a 3 week run in April 2017. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Box Office opens at 7.00pm for cash sales and collection of pre-booked tickets. The performance lasts 80 minutes without interval. No re-admittance once the performance has commenced.
LATECOMERS MAY NOT BE ADMITTED. PLEASE ARRIVE IN GOOD TIME FOR THE START TIME OF 7.45PM.
Over 18s only. Due to pub licensing laws no one under the age of 18 is permitted into the building after 7pm.
Refunds are not available. In extreme circumstances tickets purchased may be exchanged for another performance if adequate written notice is provided.
A new play about mental health in Britain today. Life is pretty sh*t when you’re trapped in a forever darkening world of in-compassionate government policy with no way out. Holding on to each other might be the only thing stopping you drown.
This isn’t poverty porn; there’s nothing sexy about despair.
Frank is a struggling stand up comedian and self professed cultural provocateur. He’s intelligent, he’s funny, he’s frustrated, he’s frank. He’s just about to kill himself. But first, he has one or two important things to say and, although told with a dark philosophical wit, it’s a story of hope.
Simon – young, gay, Australian – is an aid worker ready to save the world. When he comes across an orphaned baby girl, his world changes.
An incredible tale of discovery based on true events: a mysterious country, a little beating heart and the myths we tell ourselves.
Dennis Potter’s infamous play exposes the horror lurking in Middle England minds. Behind floral curtains, Mr and Mrs Bates care for their daughter, left injured and insensible following a car accident. A charming young visitor crashes into their lives, but is he their saviour, a thief or the Devil himself?
Directed by The Hope’s Offie winning Artistic Director Matthew Parker.
James, a photographer, makes zero money. His partner, Daniel, a banker, makes a lot of money. Frank likes James’ work and wants to give him money, but not for his work…
Snapshot is a challenging and incisive examination of sexuality, fidelity, and our screwed up relationships in this modern world.
Hero is dead. At her coffin, her fiance Claudio is wracked with grief and guilt.
When Hero’s sharp-tongued cousin Beatrice and notorious playboy Benedick arrive, Claudio seeks to atone for former wrongs – he will bring this prickly pair together. But is there a darkness at the heart of the Merry War…?
“I fell in love once. With the wrong woman”
A love story set in three different times and three different bedrooms.
TORN APART (DISSOLUTION) puts women centre stage and deals with feminism, immigration, male repression, fate, homosexuality, exploring the most painful aspects of human conditioning.