A man and a woman in deep discussion


by David Mamet
Tue 8 - Sat 12 June 2021
Tickets £20-£35 *

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When David Mamet’s Oleanna opened nearly thirty years ago, it caused uproar amongst audiences from New York to London. 

Set on an American campus, a seemingly innocuous conversation between a college professor and his female student warps into a nightmare which threatens to destroy them both, when she files a claim of sexual harassment against him. With its take on the corrosive excesses of political correctness and exploration of the use and abuse of language, this is the ultimate drama of pupil power and student revenge.

Addressing issues which are strikingly current, this new production is a fascinating opportunity to see this landmark play from the perspective of our #MeToo era, following its success at the Theatre Royal Bath. 

Running Time

Approximately 1 hour 20 minutes without an interval

General Guidance

Performance contains strong language and violence

Age Guidance



Tuesday - Saturday, 7.30pm
and Thursday & Saturday, 2.30pm: £20/£25/£30/£35 *

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

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Jonathan Slinger
Rosie Sheehy


  • A man and woman sit either side of a desk in a university office
  • A man and woman are sitting on a sofa, they both have tears in their eyes
  • A man and a woman are talking, the woman has a book in her hands
  • A woman sits at a desk



  • 'A brilliant revival of a masterpiece'

  • 'Theatre is seldom this riveting or timely'