Things I Know To Be True

Things I Know To Be True Tickets, The Lyric Hammersmith

Things I Know to Be True is a brand new commission by Australian writer Andrew Bovell and comes to the UK following a world premiere in Adelaide in May 2016. The production will open in London before touring to Oxford, Warwick, Liverpool, Salford and Chichester. Co-directed by Frantic Assembly's Tony and Olivier Award nominated Artistic Director Scott Graham and State Theatre Company's Artistic Director Geordie Brookman, the production is described as "a complex and intense study of the mechanics of a family that is both poetic and brutally frank".

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Things I Know To Be True running time: 
2 hours 30 minutes (One interval)
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The story of a family and marriage through the eyes of four grown siblings struggling to define themselves beyond their parents’ love and expectations. Parents Bob and Fran have worked their fingers to the bone and with their four children grown and ready to fly the nest it might be time to relax and enjoy the roses. But the changing seasons bring home some shattering truths.

Suitable for ages 14+
Andrew Bovell
Frantic Assembly and State Theatre Company of South Australia
Scott Graham and Geordie Brookman
Cast list:
Matthew Barker, Natalie Casey, Richard Mylan, Kirsty Oswald, Ewan Stewart and Imogen Stubbs.

Lyric Hammersmith Theatre

King Street, Lyric Square, London, W6 0QL
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Our Things I Know To Be True Review

Originally premiered in Adelaide, Australia by the State Theatre Company of South Australia in May 2016 and subsequently re-cast with a British company for its English premiere at Lyric Hammersmith later that September, Things I Know to Be True now returns to Hammersmith to launch a new UK tour, co-produced with Frantic Assembly. 

It's not very often that you see a piece of theatre that resonates so soundly with a specific period of your life that it feels both difficult and cathartic to watch. As one of three siblings tottering over the milestone age of 30 I could relate wholeheartedly with so many aspects of Bovell's play that it felt strangely familiar yet constantly surprising.

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