Radar 2015 Presents Two Plays: Blank + If I Were Me
The pulse of new writing
Theatre is the kind of discipline where originality and ingenuity are not only welcomed, but cherished. The Bush Theatre gives you the chance to see two new plays in one go, letting you marvel on the raw talent of the London theatre scene. Enjoy. - Blank by Nassim Soleimanpour Each night Nassim Soleimanpour’s play full of blanks is to be completed by a new performer before a live audience. The play becomes a story machine to share the life story of the playwright, the performer and a random audience member. - If I Were Me by Antler It’s spring. The world is blossoming. Phillip’s potted daffodil is dying. A copywriter at an advertising agency, fading into the background of a pale office wall, he rearranges words until they work. But life isn’t so easily edited. Phillip doesn’t want to be Phillip. But what if he never really has been? What if Phillip is yet to become Phillip? And then there’s Person, who isn’t anybody… yet. Doors to the auditorium open 15 minutes before the start time.
"Bright and punchy...A visual treat."