nut

a new play by debbie tucker green

The Shed is the National Theatre's intimate new venue on the South Bank hosting some of theatre's most exciting artists.

nut - young woman against abstract background

nut

by debbie tucker green

Bein you means not bein me, see, a deficit already – before you even started we running at a loss.

Elayne doesn’t want company but company won’t leave her alone. Everyone’s got an opinion but no-one’s listening and things are starting to slip.

debbie tucker green’s plays include truth and reconciliation, random (Royal Court) and generations (Young Vic).

Suitable for 14yrs+

Performances from 30 October – 5 December

Captioned performance at 8pm on Tuesday 26th November

  • War Horse
  • War Horse on Tour - close up of horse's eye, with sketch of horse and rider just below
  • King Lear with Simon Russell-Beale
  • A Taste of Honey with Lesley Sharp and Kate O'Flynn on a terraced street
  • Home by Nadia Fall
  • A Small Family Business. With Nigel Lindsay in a warehouse
  • The Silver Tassie, with a photo of Ronan Raftery in British army uniform
  • Yellow Face
  • One Man Two Guvnors poster with Owain Arthur
  • The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, by 1927
  • The Roof - title treatment on concrete chasm looking up with free-runner leaping across the void
  • Hotel. A figure swimming, top half of body, viewed from below, with title.
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
  • 100 Acts of Minor Dissent. Photo of Mark Thomas
  • James I - photo of James McArdle against a stormy sky
  • Ballyturk
  • James II - photo of Andrew Rothney against a stormy sky
  • James III - photo of Jamie Sives against a stormy sky
  • The James Plays
  • Treasure Island. graphic outline of a sailing galleon on a calm sea at night with stars