Alex Kingston and Sarah Hadland are set to star in a new comedy, Admissions, at Trafalgar Studios this month. And having been lucky enough to be treated to a sneak peek of the show recently, we’re happy to say: this one ticks all the boxes – and then some.
Written by Joshua Harmon (the mind behind Bad Jews), Admissions is a thought-provoking but chuckle-demanding comedy which promises to stir up an almighty debate. At the core of it lies the two characters played by ER and Doctor Who’s Kingston and Miranda star Hadland, who told us why Admissions’ll leave theatregoers debating well into their tube journeys home.
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Admissions is a bitingly funny new comedy which arrives in London’s West End direct from New York, where it won the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play.
The show begins performances at Trafalgar Studios on 28 February, running there until 25 May.