Get top price tickets for just £15 to see Athol Fugard’s Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act at the Orange Tree Theatre
Frieda and Errol meet in darkness. Theirs is a love story that can never thrive in the light.
A relationship interrupted, by white supremacist law.
And then at the end as at the beginning, they will find you again.
A play about then that speaks to now.
A vital part of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, playwright Athol Fugard’s prolific career spans seven decades. In 2019 we produced his play Blood Knot: “Compelling… Feels just as relevant, and resonant, for our times” (The Guardian). His other plays include “Master Harold”…and the Boys, The Road to Mecca, Sizwe Banzi is Dead and The Island.
A rare revival of a classic play directed by Diane Page, winner of the JMK Award. Her recent credits include Out West (co-director – Lyric Hammersmith), Ghost Stories (Associate Director – West End & UK Tour), and Bartholomew Fair (Assistant Director – Shakespeare’s Globe).