In the overcrowded city, nature is getting out of control. The mice are scratching between walls, the pigeons are diseased and the foxes are beginning to rule the streets. The problem is growing. It's contagious. It has to be stopped, before it's too late.
Stef Smith's play Human Animals premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in May 2016, in a production directed by Hamish Pirie.
Q&A Podcast: listen to a Q&A with Stef Smith about her play Human Animals, recorded in May 2020 as part of the NHB Playgroup series...
‘Don’t go burying wild animals in my garden… or at least ask for permission first.’
'Impressive… a chilling vision of dystopian London'Guardian
'[A] superbly written, wildly imaginative and thought-provoking play'The Arts Desk
'An attractive blend of black humour and genuinely disturbing ideas... vivid and resonant'The Stage
'A dark, surrealist parable with shades of JG Ballard'WhatsOnStage
'The disturbing and the dotty, queasiness and quirkiness mingle arrestingly… an impressive Royal Court debut'Independent
19 May 2016Size: 198mm x 129mm
19 May 2016
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