When teenager Pierre Anthon cheerfully announces that nothing in life has meaning, his friends decide to prove him wrong. Fearful he might in fact be right, their desperate actions spiral out of control and lead to terrifying consequences.
Written in 2000 and translated in 2010, NOTHING caused widespread controversy in its native Denmark, receiving great critical acclaim, winning numerous awards, and simultaneously being banned in many schools and libraries.
PART OF THE GREAT BIG NOISE FESTIVAL
No one is interested in the little bookcase in the corner - they have far more important things to do. Then one day, the magical Flicker starts throwing books from the shelves and flicking through pages. Soon there is mayhem and chaos as a whole host of story-trouble comes tumbling out to charm and disrupt everybody’s ordinary lives.
Created by members of the Royal Exchange Theatre’s Young Company (aged 14-21) and the Elders’ Company (aged 60+). Directed by Andrew Barry.
An immersive experience in Swan St. Studio, plunging audiences into an unexpected journey of temptation, power and canapés.
Created by members of the Royal Exchange Theatre’s Young Company. Directed by Matt Hassall.