hang by debbie tucker green

Hang Debbie Tucker Green

Hang by Debbie Tucker Green

Debbie Tucker Green returns to the Royal Court to direct her new play. 

A crime has been committed. 
The victim has a choice to make.
The criminal is waiting.

A shattering new play about an unspeakable decision.

The cast includes Oscar-nominated Marianne Jean-Baptiste (Without A Trace, Broadchurch, The Amen Corner) who makes her Royal Court debut alongside Claire Rushbrook (My Mad Fat Diary, stoning mary) and Shane Zaza (Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Happy Valley)

Dates: 11 June – 18 July 2015
Tickets from £10
Age guidance 14+.
Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square London SW1W 8AS

debbie tucker green’s previous plays for the Royal Court include truth and reconciliation (which she also directed), random and stoning mary. Other plays include nut (writer/director, National Theatre), generations (Young Vic), trade (RSC) and born bad (for which she won an Olivier Award, Hampstead Theatre).

She won a BAFTA for Best Single Drama for her Channel 4 film adaptation of random which she also directed. Her debut feature film Second Coming (writer/director) stars Nadine Marshall and Idris Elba and is released later this year.