Kate O’Flynn to star in ‘all of it’ at the Royal Court
Alistair McDowall’s trio of short plays: all of it, Northleigh, 1940, and In Stereo were all written specifically for the Olivier-nominated actor.
Kate O’Flynn will return to the Royal Court this summer for Alistair McDowall’s all of it. all of it runs for two weeks, with previews from 6 June, an opening night on 8 June, and performances to 17 June.
Press material states “the trilogy of work introduces three women whose ordinary lives mask extraordinary internal worlds.” all of it, first performed by O’Flynn at the Royal Court in 2020 will kick off the trio of plays. It’s followed by Northleigh, 1940, a short story that traces the history of Manchester streets McDowall grew up. In Stereo explores the divided self through eight monologues. Vicky Featherstone and Sam Pritchard direct.
all of it joins upcoming shows at the Royal Court: NO I.D, Hope has a Happy Meal, Cuckoo, Word-Play and Dana H. starring Deirdre O’ Connell. Find out more about shows at the Royal Court.
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Photo credit: Kate O’ Flynn (Photo by Helen Murray, edited by Paul Belford)
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