Presented by Liam McLaughlin Productions
Directed by Tamar Saphra
THE NOISES was generously supported by Arts Council England and the T.S. Eliot Foundation. THE NOISES was longlisted for the 2017 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.
Old Red Lion Theatre 02 - 20 April 2019
★★★★ Mind the Blog - “An excellent, unmissable play”
★★★★ London Pub Theatres “A pedigree production”
★★★★ Spy in the Stalls “Different from anything you have seen before”
★★★★ The Upcoming “McAllister’s remarkable vivacity is outstanding”
★★★★ BroadwayWorld “Tremendous sound work by Tom Parkinson”
★★★★ Breaking the Fourth wall “The Noises is an intimate tale”
Luna’s a dog. A good dog.
It’s a warm April night and The Noises are everywhere. Luna’s only friend, Ellie, has gone out, but Ma has locked Luna in. With only you for company, she’s getting restless, and the night is stretching out and changing shape. Strange smells are drifting through the closed door.
Beyond the door, The Noises are getting faster and louder, and Luna’s beloved Ellie hasn’t come home. What does it mean to be brave? What does it mean to be good?
Confined here together in the dark, what else do we have but each other?
LUNA AMY MCALLISTER
SOUND DESIGNER Tom Parkinson
SET AND COSTUME DESIGN Georgia de Grey
LIGHTING DESIGNER Timothy Kelly
MOVEMENT DIRECTION Lousie Kempton
AUDIO DESCRIPTION CONSULTANT Jenni Elbourne
VISUALLY IMPAIRED CONSULTANT Amelia Cavallo
STAGE MANAGER Rachel Darwood
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Evangeline Cullingworth