Venue information
Tristan Bates Theatre
1a Tower St, London, WC2H 9NP
t: 0207 240 3940
About this event
Cost £10, £8
Websitewebsite
Tel020 3841 6611
Harry is homeless, reckless, and overly invested in the documentaries of David Attenborough. Mia has everything he doesn’t, yet still feels like she’s suffocating.
The two of them have been squatting together for a few weeks, but when ‘real life’ isn’t quite what Mia expected, and Harry finds that being a ‘good person’ isn’t always easy, things start to get fractious.
Harry and Mia navigate growing up, loving and violence. Together they learn to become invisible in a world that wants them to be seen.

Longlisted for the Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting in 2015, Spiders is a witty, touching piece of new writing that asks: is your suffering still valid when another’s is greater? Spiders debuted at the Corpus Christi Playroom in 2017 to rave reviews:

‘the comic and grotesque lies in the very essence of the play’s triumph’
(Varsity, ★★★★★)

‘consistently witty and by turns touching and dark’
(TCS, ★★★★★)
Pictures
Reviews

We currently have no reviews for this event

People involved

Are you involved?
Tell us how you are connected

Upcoming dates & venues

Past Event or Incomplete Event

Sorry we have no known future venues or dates listed for this event.

If you know of a date in the future when this is happening, please add it now