Monologues Funded by the TS Eliot Estate

One Voice is a series of monologues specially commissioned by The Old Vic and funded by the TS Eliot Estate, with one-off performances from renowned actors. It celebrates the rawest of theatre forms – a single voice on a stage without scenery, without costume and with nothing to rely on but words.

Following the sold-out inaugural One Voice last November, The Old Vic presents three more monologues on Fri 7 Jul.

The monologues that will be performed are:

Statuesque by Mark Watson
Directed by Annabel Bolton and performed by Katherine Parkinson

Anyway by Amelia Bullmore
Directed by Max Webster and performed by Niamh Cusack

Robert Toscano from Happy Are the Happy by Yasmina Reza
Directed by Chelsea Walker and performed by Neil Pearson

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Tickets: £10

Approx running time: 1 hour

Additional Information

This performance takes place in The Old Vic Rehearsal Room

The Rehearsal Room is accessed up a number of stairs. If you have any access requirements, please call the box office or email access@oldvictheatre.com

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