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