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All of Us

a new play by Francesca Martinez

From 18 March to 16 May
Running Time: tbc

All of Us

A new play about what defines us.

Jess has a job she loves, great friends and a sharp sense of humour. So, when the life she has worked hard to build is threatened, she decides to take a stand.

This powerful and timely drama explores life, love and the struggle to survive for those who don’t fit in during a time of austerity.

Writer and comedian Francesca Martinez leads an ensemble cast in her debut play, directed by Ian Rickson (Translations).

There is a range of accessible performances available for All of Us, including captioned, audio-described, relaxed and sensory-adapted performances. For more information about accessible performances for All of Us, see below.

Please note: This production contains moments and themes that some people may find distressing; for more information, please contact us via our help centre.

Talks and events

Writer/Actor Francesca Martinez Sat 11 Apr, 6pm, £9/£6
National Debate: What would a humane welfare system look like? Tue 12 May, 6pm, £9/£6 (Captioned)
Further talks to be announced later in the year

All of Us ticket prices and Access performances

Ticket prices

Monday - Thursday eves, all matinees
*£56, £41, £35, £26, £15
Friday & Saturday eves
*£61, £46, £37, £26, £20
Ways to save
Previews 18 - 25 March

*£54, £38 – £15

Access Performances

Audio-described performances, for blind and visually impaired people:
Sat 18 April, 7.30pm preceded by a Touch Tour at 6pm
Thu 23 April, 7.30pm preceded by a Touch Tour at 6pm

Captioned performances, for deaf or hard-of-hearing people:
Wed 29 April, 7.30pm
Tue 12 May, 3pm (also Relaxed)

Relaxed and Sensory Adjusted performances, for anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment
Sat 4 April, 7.30pm - Relaxed
Sat 11 April, 3pm - Sensory Adapted
Wed 15 April, 7.30pm - Sensory Adapted
Tue 21 April, 7.30pm - Relaxed
Fri 1 May, 7.30pm - Relaxed
Tue 12 May, 3pm - Relaxed

 

*Some of the best seats in the house are premium priced. They help to ensure we can continue to offer low price seats for all our productions; the National Theatre is a charity and only 17% government-funded. This year nearly 30% of our tickets are available for £20 or less.

Smart caption glasses

Smart caption glasses are a revolutionary new way for people with hearing loss to enjoy performances at the National Theatre. For the first time, service users can experience our productions, including this one, from any seat in any theatre.

Find out about smart caption glasses

People wearing Smart Caption Glasses at a performance in the theatre

Photography (Francesca Martinez) by Spencer Murphy

Help Centre

For general ticket information

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