Hotel

a new play by Polly Stenham

Playing until 2 August

★★★★
'Polly Stenham's latest play is astonishingly raw, powerful and terrifying.'
Daily Telegraph

★★★★
'Excellent. An explosive, edge-of-your-seat thriller.'
Mail on Sunday

Hotel. A figure swimming, top half of body, viewed from below

Hotel

A gripping new play from Polly Stenham, the critically acclaimed writer of That Face and Tusk Tusk (Royal Court).

Secluded, isolated, the perfect desert island escape. Just what Robert and the family need. But beyond the white sand and beautiful sunsets, dark clouds gather. A storm is coming.

A tropical thriller, where nothing is quite what it seems, Hotel explores the cost of integrity.

And what does sorry mean? Nothing really. It’s just a word. It’s what people say when it’s too late. It’s a sorry little stick of a word. Slick with your spit at my feet.

Suitable for 15yrs+

Captioned performance on Tuesday 15 July at 8pm
Audio described performance on Saturday 26 July at 3pm, preceded by a touch tour at 1.45pm

  • War Horse final performance 12 March 2016
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
  • Husbands and Sons. Photo of Anne-Marie Duff
  • As You Like It. Photo of Rosalie Craig
  • Evening at the Talk House. A decomposing dessert on a cake stand
  • Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Photo of Sharon D Clarke by Seamus Ryan
  • Iphigenia in Splott
  • Waste. Image: Charcoal on paper a man's head, smudged, by Valentin van der Meulen. ‘Untitled 07’. 2013.
  • Moving Stories
  • Cleansed. Photo: Untitled by Birgit Kahle
  • The Solid Life of Sugar Water
  • People, Places and Things
  • The James Plays - The three Kings
  • Les Blancs / The Whites
  • Brainstorm. Teenage boy with blue exploding head
  • The Suicide. Photography by Jay Brooks
  • Another World: Losing our children to Islamic State
  • The Flick poster - photo of a cinema floor