Peregrine's Progress

Date:Sun 21 Jul
Price:£5 | £4 cons

Peregrine’s Progress by Rachel Osborne 

A script-in-hand performance of a new play   

Directed by Naz Yeni, Produced by Liam High, Music by Fran Key, Print Design Phoebe Flint                                                                                 

'You are a wanderer – a pilgrim – a mighty predator…’

Peregrine is turning 30. After a sustained absence, it is time for her to return to her family home, a place where undertows and rip currents threaten to submerge her. Her little sister is getting married, her mother won’t stop baking and there’s a weird new lodger who only eats cheese strings. Old habits die hard, and as she reconnects with people from her past, Peregrine finds herself navigating landscapes she thought she had left behind. 

Peregrine’s Progress is a play in development written by Rachel whilst studying Creative Writing at UEA. 




‘I read it through in one session... I was gripped.’ - Juliet Stevenson           

'Peregrine's Progress is an impressively written play, creating a vivid world peopled by well-drawn, believable characters' – Papatango      

'The character dynamics are vibrant and intriguing' – The Royal Court

Duration: 90 mins

Age guidance: 14+


Contains strong language and topics which some may find distressing.

Box ofice and bar open 1 hour before event start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.