There are a few things that we know about Evelyn: we know what she did, we know that we hate her, and we know that she’s still out there. Somewhere. She’s just not Evelyn anymore. She could be anyone. Even you.
Britain is on the hunt, it has been for years. Walton is on high alert… and Sandra’s just arrived.
Inspired by real life events, Evelyn is a story of mob-justice in modern day Britain that interrogates the question: when is justice really served?
The premise of Evelyn saw writer Tom Ratcliffe shortlisted for the 2016 intake of the Old Vic 12 before the play reached the longlist of 27 plays for the 2017 Verity Bargate Award. The play has also been longlisted for the Papatango New Writing Prize and the Theatre503 playwriting Award.
Violence, references to self-harm, references to domestic abuse, swearing, loud noises, flashing lights, references to child abuse.
Yvette Boakye Michael Crean Nicola Harrison Rula Lenska Offue Okbegbe Director
Lighting and Video Designer
Wednesday 6th July at 7.30pm
The performance on Wednesday July 6th at 7.30pm will be BSL Interpreted. Book here.