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Connections 2024: Kiss / Marry / Push Off Cliff

by Josh Azouz

On a plain cream background, a pastel blue medieval-style depiction of two women attacking a man with wooden clubs, with 'KISS MARRY PUSS OFF CLIFF' in large red letters over the top of the image.

Booking and details

7pm on Wednesday 26 June
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The event location is

Dorfman Theatre

National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX

£5 for one performance
£8 when you book for Kiss / Marry / Push Off Cliff and Shout by Alexis Zegerman in the same order

Performed by Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School

A group of friends go camping, but after only one night, one of them is ostracised by the rest of the group and cast out into wilderness for something they said… or was it something they did?

It’s strange and it’s about to get stranger as friendships are tested, new alliances formed, trusts are broken and reality is twisted out of shape. The trip becomes a rite of passage, guided by a moral compass that isn’t entirely reliable.

 

Josh Azouz is an award-winning writer working across stage, screen and radio. His work has been shown in the UK and across the US. Recent plays include: The Get (BBC Radio 3), Once Upon A Time In Nazi Occupied Tunisia (Almeida Theatre), The Night After (Headlong / BBC 4), The Mikvah Project (Orange Tree Theatre, Yard Theatre & BBC Radio 4), Buggy Baby (Yard Theatre), 10,000 Smarties (Old Fire Station). TV includes: The Box (MGM/NENT).

Josh won a channel 4 playwright award for Buggy Baby. The LA Theatre Works production of Once Upon A Time In Nazi Occupied Tunisia is nominated for best audio drama at The Audies. In addition to writing, Josh works as a theatre director, teacher and has been an associate artist at the Yard Theatre and MUJU (A Muslim-Jewish theatre company).

Suitability

Content guidance

  • Recommended for ages 14+
  • Strong language.
  • Sexual references.
  • Scenes of drug use and distribution.
  • Scenes of alcoholism, and children drinking alcohol.

Access

This performance will be Captioned

 

Connections 2024

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The Mohn Westlake Foundation supports nationwide Learning programmes for young people.

Connections is supported by The Mohn Westlake Foundation, Buffini Chao Foundation, The EBM Charitable Trust, Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, Katie Bradford Arts Trust, Susan Miller & Byron Grote, Mulberry Trust, Tuixen Foundation, The Peter Cundill Foundation, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust, The Woodward Charitable Trust and The John Thaw Foundation.

Nationwide learning is supported by Buffini Chao Foundation, Clore Duffield Foundation, Tim & Sarah Bunting, MFPA Trust Fund for the Training of Disabled Children in the Arts, Behrens Foundation, Cleopatra Trust, and The Andor Charitable Trust.

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