Marina Carr Writer

Alex Eales Set Designer

Evie Gurney Costume Designer

Guy Hoare Lighting Designer

Giles Thomas Sound Designer

Maimuna Memon Music and Lyrics

Tim Sutton Musical Supervisor

Ingrid Mackinnon Movement Director

Kate Waters Fight Director

Amy Ball Casting Director

Peter Todd Costume Supervisor

Brett Tyne Dialect Coach

A young woman unravelling.
A twin reappearing.
A family torn asunder by the living and the dead.

Today is Portia’s birthday. But it’s not a day for family and celebrations. Because Portia is making terrible choices, lurching between past and present, and wondering if the hand of fate has already set her course.

Tormented by her dead twin Gabriel, who disappeared into the depths of the Belmont River 15 years ago, she wreaks havoc on all she loves in a desperate bid to save herself.

Carrie Cracknell (Oil; The Deep Blue Sea) returns to the Almeida to direct Alison Oliver (Women, Beware the Devil; Best Interests) in Marina Carr’s heart-wrenching modern Irish classic about destructive families and obsession.

Portia Coughlan

The Almeida Theatre
directed by
Carrie Cracknell 2023

All of Us

The National Theatre
directed by
Ian Rickson 2022

From Francesca Martinez, the award-winning author, comedian and actor, comes an unmissable new play directed by Ian Rickson (Paradise, Translations).

Jess has a great life: a job she loves, a sharp sense of humour and a close group of friends.

When austerity threatens the world she has worked hard to build, Jess makes a stand to protect those she holds most dear.

Inspired by real life experiences of disabled people in the UK, All of Us captures the humour, sadness and joy of everyday life, and is a passionate and timely look at the human cost of abandoning those who struggle to fit in.

Specialist Advisor & Co-Editor (Text) John Pring

Stage Designer - Miriam Buether

Sound Designer - Gareth Frey

Composer - Adrian Lee

Lighting Designer - Prema Metha

Movement Director - Leon Baugh

Produced By - English Touring Theatre (ETT)
National Theatre Immersive Storytelling Studio
Trial and Error Studio

Volumetric Capture - Dimension Studio

MR Production - All Seeing Eye

Experienced through Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 headset, Museum of Austerity combines verbal testimony, original music, and volumetric capture to preserve memories of public and private events from the austerity era.

The Austerity Era refers to a decade-long campaign of government budget-cutting that began in the UK in 2010, following the global financial crisis of 2008. The government programme included reductions in spending on welfare, the police, road maintenance, and prisons, among others.

Winner IDFA DocLab Immersive Non-Fiction 2021

Museum of Austerity

BFI, National Theatre, English Touring Theatre
directed by
Sacha Wares 2021

Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me

The Kiln Theatre
directed by
Charlotte Bennett 2021

Following a sold-out, critically acclaimed run in 2021, Amy Trigg‘s ‘enormously entertaining’ (The Guardian) Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me returns to Kiln following a regional tour.

For a long time I didn’t know how it’d work.
Or what I’d be able to feel.
People would ask me if I could have sex and I’d feign shock and act wildly offended whilst secretly wanting to grab them by the shoulders and be like “I don’t know, Janet!”

Juno was born with spina bifida and is now clumsily navigating her twenties amidst street healers, love, loneliness – and the feeling of being an unfinished project.

Joint winner of The Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2020, Amy Trigg’s remarkable debut play Reasons You Should(n’t) Love Me is a hilarious, heart-warming tale about how shit our wonderful lives can be.

Artwork Photographer Rebecca Need-Menear
Artwork design by MUSE Creative Communications


Chichester Festival Theatre
directed by
Paul Miller 2019

Designed by Simon Daw
Lighting Designer Mark Doubleday
Music and sound Max Pappenheim

Chichester Festival Theatre
Saturday 28th September 2019, 14.30


John Simm – Macbeth
Dervla Kirwan – Lady Macbeth


National Theatre 2019
The Bush Theatre 2018
Directed by
Tim Hoare

WRITER: Ben Weatherill

COMPANY: Cartwright Productions in association with the Bush Theatre



SOUND DESIGNER: Ella Wahlström

VENUE: National Theatre Dorfman, London
OPENING DATE: 10th July 2019


All My Sons

The Old Vic 2019
NT Live 2019
directed by
Jeremy Herrin

WRITER Arthur Miller

Bill Pullman

Sally Field

Jenna Colman

Colin Morgan