Love is double blind.
A clinical romance from the writer of
ENRON. This funny and moving new play explores questions of sanity, neurology and the limits of medicine.
Director Rupert Goold reunites with designer Miriam Buether following their production of
Earthquakes in London to deliver a vibrant theatrical exploration into the human brain via the heart.
Visit the Microsite to learn more about the science and the inspiration behind The Effect.
Captioned performances Tue 5 Feb at 7.30pm Please note: If you wish to book please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Suitable for 15yrs+. Contains nudity and sexual references.
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Running time 2 hours 30 minutes including interval
£12, £22, £32
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Guardian, Independent, The Times, Time Out, Mail on Sunday, Sunday Express, Sunday Times
‘An astonishingly rich and rewarding play, as intelligent as it is deeply felt.'
‘A profound and stirring play...Lucy Prebble is one of the most intelligent voices in British Theatre.’
'A remarkable play.'
'Immaculately directed and beautifully staged by Rupert Goold.'
'Smart and rather moving...it tickles our cerebellums.'
'A four-hander that hopscotches confidently across themes of neurology, neuropharmacology , depression, love and guilt.’
'Four matchless performances.’
Mail on Sunday
‘Prebble and Goold prove a dream team.’
Mail on Sunday
'Theatre and medicine collide magnificently in Lucy Prebble’s provocative new play.'
£12 £20 £32 General ticket information