Blurred Lines

29th January 2014

Blurred Lines’, a play about gender politics created by Carrie Cracknell and Faber’s Nick Payne, and inspired by Kat Banyard’s book, The Equality Illusion, is currently showing at The Shed at The National Theatre and getting fantastic reviews:

Explosive. Terrific. A superb all-female cast.’ Guardian ****

A funny and visceral exploration of sexuality, gender (in)equality.’ Time Out  ****

The writing is witty, the direction elegant, the performance sharply observed.’ Telegraph ****

Thought-provoking. Sharp and challenging new theatre.’ Independent ****

A spirited 69-minute blast.’ Observer ****

Book your tickets now.’ Stylist

You can buy tickets here.

And read about how Kat’s book inspired the play here and here.