Theatre Uncut was established in 2011 to encourage debate and galvanise action around political issues that affect all of our lives.
The critically-acclaimed project returns to the Young Vic for the second year running for 5 dates only.
by Neil LaBute
Three middle-aged white guys come up with controversial way to solve America’s problems – off the record.
Church Forced To Put Up Gates After Font Is Used As Wash Basin By Migrants
by Mark Thomas
A darkly humorous tale of a right-wing newspaper owner who finds himself in a compromising position when some disgruntled readers decide to pay him a visit.
Capitalism is Crisis
by Tim Price
Two worlds collide when a banker discovers the power of Occupy and an activist discovers the power of money.
by Kieran Hurley Submerged by daily pressures, a politician reflects on how tough decisions are made when the stakes are high.
by Clara Brennan
A father and daughter square off over Page Three and the English Defence League as their wildly different reactions to austerity are revealed.
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Tuesday - Saturday: 8pm
Saturday matinee: 3pm
Each evening's programme will comprise of all five of the short plays from the Theatre Uncut 2013 playwrights. There will also be a chance to discuss the issues in the plays with special guests at the end of each event.
Concessions (25 and under, Over 60s): £5
Click here to find out more about the Young Vic's seating policy, and about what to expect when you arrive at the Young Vic.
The Cut Bar & Restaurant at the Young Vic serves an inspired mix of classic and original play-themed dishes create an exciting menu from fresh, free-range and organic ingredients.
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