From Francesca Martinez, the award-winning author, comedian and actor, comes an unmissable new play directed by Ian Rickson (Paradise, Translations).
Jess has a great life: a job she loves, a sharp sense of humour and a close group of friends.
When austerity threaten the world she has worked hard to build, Jess makes a stand to protect those she holds most dear.
Capturing the humour, sadness and joy of everyday life, All of Us is a passionate and timely look at the human cost of abandoning those who struggle to fit in.
Intensely moving play about disability and austerity challenges preconceptions
Harnesses theatre's unique power to affect the emotions viscerally
Fizzes with rage and protest
Works to entertain, educate, inspire and surprise the audience
A valuable addition to a conversation we need to keep having
A play that sets out rightly to challenge the idea of normality
Francesca Martinez’s debut play about disability politics entertains - and frustrates
An enlightening, infuriating plea for acceptance
A warm and sobering account that perfectly succeeds in its intention
A compelling, rage-filled portrait of disabled life under austerity
Both tough and rewarding to see a piece of new writing that shines a light on the inequality and prejudice
Well-intentioned but meandering drama