Fury

Soho Theatre and Damsel Productions present

Fury

  • By Phoebe Eclair-Powell
  • Tue 5 - Sat 6 Aug 2016, 7pm (not Tue 2 Aug), 3pm Thu & Sat matinees (not Thur 4 Aug)
  • Evenings £17 (£15), Matinees £14 (£12)

‘A vivid, vital 70 minutes. Impressive.’ ★★★★ Times

EXTENDED UNTIL 6 AUG

‘An absolute triumph.’ ★★★★★ Upcoming
‘Powerful.’ ★★★★ Independent
‘Stylish and fluid.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard
‘Impressive.’ ★★★★ Times

This is Sam. Young, impulsive, single mum. Londoner born and bred and never ever left. Sam makes her mistakes, but who can blame her?

Tom rents the flat above, the one Sam cleans. If they can come to ‘an arrangement’ he won’t call the Social on her.

You might think Tom is a monster. You might think Sam’s kids would be better off without her. Someone needs to make a decision.

Shortlisted for the Verity Bargate Award and winner of the Soho Theatre Young Writer’s Award, Fury is a chilling and powerful modern Medea about motherhood and class, taking an unapologetic look at the single young mum, the one already judged before she’s even opened her mouth.

Phoebe Eclair-Powell (Wink, 503) is resident writer at Soho Theatre. Directed by Hannah Hauer-King, co-founder of Damsel Productions and director of the 2015 hit Dry Land (Jermyn Street Theatre)

Running Time: 70 mins
Age Recommendation: 14+

Women in Theatre panel discussion
Sat 23 Jul, 4.15pm

Q&A with company
Sat 16 Jul & 30 Jul, 4.15pm
Part of Red Button Theatre Events in association with Bertha Dochouse

Soho Theatre has the support of the Channel 4 Playwrights’ Scheme sponsored by Channel 4 Television and by The Peggy Ramsay Foundation.

‘Urgent and inventive’ Stage ★★★★★

‘An absolute triumph and a must-see.’ ★★★★★ Upcoming

‘Powerful and horribly persuasive…this is a provocative piece that will keep you arguing long afterwards.’ ★★★★ Independent

‘Eclair-Powell shows herself to be a considerable talent…a stylish and fluid in-the-round production.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard

‘A vivid, vital 70 minutes. Impressive.’ ★★★★ Times

Phoebe Eclair-Powell, Hannah Hauer-King, Anna Reid, Natasha Chivers, Nathan Klein, Nadine Rennie CDG, Sarah Ridgeway, Alex Austin , Naana Agyei-Ampadu, Daniel Kendrick, Anita-Joy Uwajeh

This performance is part of

Who Runs the World? Girls - Autumn Season 2016

All productions