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Sally Woodcock's

Dates and venues TBC​​

Young girl offering Kintsugi repaired china bowl

"I was walking along this street, saw a sign - The China Shop - and I thought - 'I’m going in'."

An unflinching black comedy about the seismic moment when an emotional bully steps into a world of a beauty, fragility - and porcelain.

Woodcock’s first full-length play Fanta Orange (Finborough Theatre) was developed at RADA and the National Theatre, nominated for Best New Play by Offwestend and Time Out and co-winner of the International Playwriting Festival. Fanta Orange was described as “rapier witted” (Daily Telegraph), “splendidly provocative” (Time Out), “fizzing with ebullience” (Evening Standard), “sheer guttural gutsiness” (Culture Wars) and “a tour de force” (Fringe Review).


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Read more about Sally Woodcock here.

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