Blurred Lines

Theatre

West End

National Theatre, temporary theatre

Until Sat Feb 22

  • © Simon Kane

    Susannah Wise, Michaela Coel, Sinead Matthews, Lorna Brown

  • © Simon Kane

    Bryony Hannah, Michaela Coel, Susannah Wise, Sinead Matthews, Lorna Brown, Claire Skinner, Marion Bailey, Ruth Sheen

  • © Simon Kane

    Bryony Hannah, Michaela Coel, Susannah Wise, Sinead Matthews, Lorna Brown, Claire Skinner, Marion Bailey, Ruth Sheen

  • © Simon Kane

    Ruth Sheen and Blurred Lines company

  • © Simon Kane

    Susannah Wise and Lorna Brown

  • © Simon Kane

    Susannah Wise, Ruth Sheen, Bryony Hannah, Marion Bailey, Michaela Coel, Lorna Brown, Claire Skinner, Sinead Matthews

© Simon Kane

Susannah Wise, Michaela Coel, Sinead Matthews, Lorna Brown

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Tanya

Amazing actors' work! I still doubt, but there is a feeling that the whole message is told a little bit straightforward. In any case it is a great perfomance! I still can't stop discussing it.

Anne Jowett

In a perfect Britain this production would be compulsory viewing for ALL six formers. Until then, we are indeed fortunate, if we can get tickets for this quite amazing , no holds barred, overview of current misogyny and prejudices. One marvels at the courage and resilience of these women as they invite the audience to bear witness to casual slights, searing humiliations, and violence, both physical and sexual. The ending is both unexpected, moving and possibly optimistic. Oh, and plenty of laughter too, ---how do they pull that rabbit from the hat?