For the third consecutive year, Theatre Uncut Plymouth brings together a range of local professional theatre-makers to present a series of new plays written by some of the UK’s leading playwrights.

Inspired by the statement “Knowledge is Power, Knowledge is Change”, this year’s plays have been written in response to audience suggestions and a workshop process – and Theatre Uncut Plymouth is one of an increasing number of global events taking part in this scheme.

Theatre Uncut was created to get people thinking, talking and taking action on the events that are happening in the world around them.

The idea is simple. Playwrights from a selection of countries are asked to write brand new short plays in response to their current political situation. These scripts are then made available for anyone to perform anywhere for a limited period.

Theatre Uncut is run by artistic directors Emma Callander and Hannah Price. To find out how you can get involved please visit www.theatreuncut.com

Selected plays for
Theatre Uncut Plymouth 2014:

Ira Provitt and the Man
by Hayley Squires

The Finger of God
by Anders Lustgarten

The Most Horrific
by Vivienna Franzmann

Theatre Uncut Plymouth 2013

toast and the MolinoGroup present

Theatre Uncut Plymouth 2014

Friday 28th November 2014
The Lab @ Theatre Royal Plymouth

IRA PROVITT AND THE MAN by Hayley Squires

Directed by Tom Nicholas
Performed by Alice Chalk and Kathy Townes

THE FINGER OF GOD by Anders Lustgarteb

Directed by Nicola Rosewarne
Performed by Sophie Murdoch and Duncan Shaw

THE MOST HORRIFIC by Vivienne Franzmann

Directed by Matt Hall
Performed by Conor Clark, Leah Eliné and Brantley Rogers

For Theatre Uncut Plymouth

Producer: Dan Baker

Co-produced with Toast and the MolinoGroup

With thanks to Theatre Royal Plymouth, Victoria Allen, John Purkis, Janine Aird, Creative Industries at City College Plymouth, Robert E. Smith and Plymouth University for their support

For Theatre Uncut

Artistic Directors: Emma Callander and Hannah Price

General Manager: Corinne Salisbury