Winner of this year’s Lustram Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Wreckage is an acclaimed new play by Tom Ratcliffe (Evelyn, Fame Whore).
Wreckage is a touching story about continuing bonds and love that only evolves, and never dies.
Wreckage runs from 5 to 22 January 2023 at the Turbine Theatre.
What’s Wreckage about?
‘I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you.’ Sam and his fiancé Noel have been together for years. They have a house, a cat and their whole lives ahead of them. But when a sudden and permanent distance crashes into their relationship, it falls upon Sam to discover where their story goes from here.
The cast of Wreckage
Wreckage stars Tom Ratcliffe and Michael Walters (The Inheritance).
The creative team of Wreckage
Directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair, the creative team also includes lighting designer Rachel Sampley, sound designer Mwen, casting director Nadine Rennie and producer Rory Davies.
Reviews of Wreckage★★★★★ – “Wreckage is a compelling piece of theatre.” - Culture Fix
★★★★★ "Wreckage is one of those must-see performances” - Theatre Weekly
★★★★ “heart-breaking, but ultimately hopeful and passionately performed” - The Scotsman
★★★★ “a beautiful queer love story.” – Lost In Theatreland
Important NotesShow warnings: Scenes of Adult Nature / Themes; Strong Language; Haze or Smoke; Distressing themes
Venue InformationTurbine Theatre, Arches Lane, Circus West Village, London, SW11 8AB
Nearest Tube or Train: Battersea Power Station (Underground), Battersea Park (rail station)
Nearest Buses: 44, 137, 452