White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Wed 13 Mar 2024

Studio Theatre

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

Wed 13 Mar 2024

Studio Theatre

A white stuffed rabbit toy lays sideways on a wooden background. The image has a dulled sepia tone.

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Tickets from £18

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Studio Theatre

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Running time

1 hour (no interval)

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Age suitability

Strictly 12+

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No rehearsals, no director, no set.

White Rabbit Red Rabbit by Nassim Soleimanpour is a play that has no rehearsals or a director, just a willing performer who doesn’t know the play and the script waiting for them in a sealed envelope on stage…

To date White Rabbit Red Rabbit has been performed in 78 Countries and 30 different languages by over 3,000 different actors, making it the most-performed Iranian play ever! Some of the biggest names in theatre and film have opened the sealed envelope, including Stephen Rea, Nathan Lane, Sinead Cusack, Marcus Brigstocke, Dominic West and Ken Loach. And it took Broadway by storm.

Forbidden to leave his country, playwright Nassim Soleimanpour has distilled the experience of an entire generation in a wild, utterly original play. It’s a surprising, audacious theatre experiment that’s never the same twice. Don’t miss your chance to see this international smash-hit again in London.

Performer TBC – watch this space!

Wildly unpredictable and completely unforgettable, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit is a punch in the air for self-expression; a testament to the power of words to transcend cultures and borders. You have to be there.

New Zealand Herald

A dazzling, transcendent piece of alive-and-kicking theatre... I experienced a play that no one in the world will ever experience again... The whole building felt like it was living and breathing.

Entertainment Weekly

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