Charlotte and Theodore


Mon 27 March - Sat 1 April 2023
Tickets £20-£45*

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The most divisive issues of our generation are tackled head on in Ryan Craig’s timely new play. 

Meet Lotty and Teddy. Two dreamers – colleagues, lovers and then man and wife -  determined to make a difference in their worlds, and to keep the spark in their relationship and their family alive. But can they do this as academics on a university campus where every well-intentioned thought, each well-meaning gesture and idealistic good deed can have unexpected and long-lasting consequences?
Ryan Craig’s timely new play follows Lotty and Teddy on a decade long romance, picking their way through the professional minefield of cancel culture, gender politics and power struggles that is their very modern workplace and even more modern relationship.

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Monday - Saturday, 7.30pm
Thursday and Saturday, 2.30pm:

*All ticket prices include a £3 per ticket booking fee.

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Kris Marshall (Teddy)

Teddy is played by television favourite Kris Marshall.

Kris has starred in some of the most popular films and television series of the last twenty years, with lead roles in Love Actually, My Family and Death in Paradise. His stage roles include Treats opposite Billie Piper, Fat Pig in the West End with Robert Webb and Joanna Page, and the London revival of Glengarry Glen Ross alongside Christian Slater and Robert Glenister.

Ryan (Writer)

Ryan Craig is one of Britain’s most exciting playwrights.

He earned a nomination for Most Promising Playwright at Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his play What We Did To Weinstein. His follow up works The Glass Room, which deals with Holocaust denial, Filthy Business and The Holy Rosenbergs at the National Theatre earned him a reputation for probing social norms and ethical issues in his plays.

Terry Johnson (Director)

Terry Johnson is one of our most acclaimed directors. His plays have earned him a dozen major theatre awards including two Olivier Awards for Best New Comedy, in 1994 for Hysteria, and in 1999 for Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick. As a highly respected director, his recent hits at the Theatre Royal Bath include The Dresser, Mrs Henderson Presents, Hysteria and The Libertine.