A Young Vic & Wessex Grove Co-production
The New Tomorrow
Now streaming online until 31 October (WATCH HERE)
For the first piece of live theatre at the YV since we closed in March, this free weekend of shows will feature short commissioned performances and activist speeches exploring what the next fifty years might hold.
Writers and artists including Jade Anouka, Marina Carr, Jasmine Lee-Jones, Ruth Madeley, Amy Ng, Stef Smith, Jack Thorne, Isobel Waller-Bridge and Steve Waters will explore the change that has come and is coming.
Watch it Online
The New Tomorrow was streamed online on our Facebook page on Sunday 4 October, 4PM.
Due to popular demand, the full recording is now available to watch online until 31 October.
You can watch the full performance here.
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Download the Digital Free Sheet for The New Tomorrow
Writers Amy Ng, Isobel Waller-Bridge, Jack Thorne, Jade Anouka, Jasmine Lee-Jones, Marina Carr, Ruth Madeley, Stef Smith, Steve Waters
Direction Jennifer Tang
Hosted by Kwame Kwei-Armah
Lighting Design Sam McLeod
Sound Design & Live Stream Kyle MacPherson
Set Design Craig Tye
Costume Design Sarah Hamza
Musician Oli Briant
DJ Kwame Kwei-Armah Jr.
With Ronkẹ Adékọluẹ́jọ́, Adjoa Andoh, Matthew Dunster, Paapa Essiedu, Martina Laird, Anoushka Lucas and Sophie Stone.
Featuring speeches from Shahidha Bari and Tom Gill
Co-produced with Benjamin Lowy and Emily Vaughan-Barratt for Wessex Grove.
With special thanks to Tom Piper, Duncan McLean, Sadeysa Greenaway-Bailey and Anna Fleischle.