By Rachel De-lahay
Directed by Tessa Walker
Presented by Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Click here to watch the Circles trailer! (Contains some swearing)
‘I bet I can guess your type in a second. Pretty face, nice smile, can match her lip gloss to her nail varnish perfectly but ask her how to get to the library and she’ll go blank right?’
Teenagers Demi and Malachi get chatting on the bus. He wants her digits but pedestrians aren’t her type.
Angela, 30, is chasing the spark of new love again but her mum warns her to stop dreaming.
In this funny and moving new play, three generations caught in a cycle of violence are searching for an escape route, a connection and a love that lasts.
Rachel De-lahay recently won the Evening Standard’s Most Promising Playwright Award. Her previous work includes Routes and The Westbridge (Royal Court) which also won the Writers Guild Award for Best Play.
Cast includes Toyin Kinch, Sarah Manners, Danusia Samal and Janice McKenzie.
Creatives include Bob Bailey (Designer), Simon Bond (Lighting Designer) and Rebecca Smith (Sound Designer).
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★★★★ ‘A supremely well-acted, thought-provoking piece’
‘Sparky, gritty and yet startlingly real’
‘Fresh, funny and decidedly frank’
‘The new queen of urban drama’
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Post-show Q&A with writer Rachel De-lahay and Director Tessa Walker Tuesday 3 June