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Olivier award nominated Blackout Songs returns to Hampstead Theatre

Olivier award nominated Blackout Songs returns to Hampstead Theatre

Olivier award nominated Blackout Songs returns to Hampstead Theatre cover photo on Stagedoor
Playing on Hampstead Theatre's mains stage for a limited run

Blackout Songs, recently nominated for an Olivier Award at Hampstead Theatre, has announced a return to Hampstead Theatre's main stage.

With three OffWestEnd Award nominations and a win for Best Performance attributed to Rebecca Humphries, as well as an Olivier Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre, the production has garnered exceptional reviews. Due to its success, Blackout Songs will be moving to a reconfigured main stage for a limited season starting from April 8th.

A chance encounter at an AA meeting and they’re drawn to one another, into a crazy passionate bond. Then later, once they’re drinking again, they both have this almost-feeling that they might have met before. They should really get sober together and figure it out. Maybe they will - just after one last quick drink…

Greg Ripley-Duggan, Executive Producer at Hampstead Theatre said:

“Joe White is an extraordinary playwright and everyone at Hampstead Theatre is delighted to have this opportunity to share Guy Jones’ brilliant production with a larger audience. And it’s wonderful to have the outstanding cast of Rebecca Humphries and Alex Austin back in the building. Love, addiction and memory are at the heart of Joe’s witty and warm play and it should be essential viewing for both regular theatre-goers and new audiences.”

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