The Morning After
by Peter Quilter
22 January – 1 March
1 hour 50 minutes including interval
Thomas wakes up surprised and naked in a young man’s bed, and memories of last night’s one-night-stand come flooding back.
When the boy’s mother joins them for breakfast – in bed! – it’s just the first sign that this is a family that doesn’t do privacy. Or, it turns out, goodbyes…
Sweet, sexy and gloriously silly, The Morning After is a sunny comedy for winter, written by Peter Quilter whose play End of the Rainbow was adapted into the recent hit film Judy. It is directed by Andrew Beckett, whose previous shows include Above The Stag’s pantomimes, Boom Bang-A-Bang and Offie Award-winning production of Grindr: The Opera.
Cast & Creatives
Written by Peter Quilter
Directed by Andrew Beckett
Designed by David Shields
Lighting design by Jamie Platt
Sound design by Andy Hill
Stage management by James Prendergast
Matthew Lloyd Davies
About the Writer
Peter Quilter’s plays have been produced in over 40 countries around the world and translated into more than 30 languages. He has had three successful shows in London’s West End and also a hit run on Broadway. Peter has received two Olivier Award nominations (Best New Comedy and Best New Play) and his NYC debut was nominated for three Tony Awards. He is best known for his stage show End of the Rainbow which had its premiere at Sydney Opera House and later played runs at the Trafalgar Studios in London and the Belasco Theatre in New York. The play was adapted for the award winning 2019 movie Judy, directed by Rupert Goold and starring Renée Zellweger. Peter’s other work includes the comedy Glorious! (the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins the worst singer in the world) which had a run at the Duchess Theatre in London in 2005/2006 starring Maureen Lipman.