created by Nick Payne and Carrie Cracknell
devised by the Company with poetry by Michaela Coel

Playing until 22 February
£12 Day Tickets available from 12 noon - online, by phone & in person

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‘Explosive. Terrific. A superb all-female cast.’ Guardian

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‘A funny and visceral exploration of sexuality, gender (in)equality.’ Time Out

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'The writing is witty, the direction elegant, the performance sharply observed.’ Telegraph

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'Thought-provoking. Sharp and challenging new theatre.’ Independent

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'A spirited 69-minute blast.’ Observer

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‘The actors bring humour, fury and cool fatigue to the vignettes. Sunday Times


Blurred Lines is a blistering journey through contemporary gender politics. An all female cast dissect what it means to be a woman today: in the workplace, in cyberspace, on screen, on stage and in relationships. 

This new piece explores the reality of equality in Britain today, where feminism is a dirty word and pornography is inescapable. Blurred Lines is a fast-paced, razor sharp glimpse of a culture which promised liberation and delivered Robin Thicke.

Nick Payne's plays include Constellations, Wanderlust (Royal Court) and The Same Deep Water As Me (Donmar Warehouse). Carrie Cracknell is Associate Director at the Royal Court Theatre. She was previously Artistic Director of the Gate. Recent work includes A Doll's House (Young Vic and West End) and Wozzeck (ENO).

'Robin Thicke meets women's lib: Playwright Nick Payne on his new play Blurred Lines' - read the full article in The Independent
Director Carrie Cracknell tells the Guardian why she hired a male writer – and why men should watch it, too. - read the full article

Suitable for 15yrs+
Please note: The production contains references to sexual assault.
Running time: 70 minutes, no interval