A History of Falling Things

11th – 26th July 2014


A History of Falling Things

A History of Falling Things

Tom plays the lead role Robin in ‘A History of Falling Things’, by acclaimed British playwright James Graham.  The production will be at the New Vic Theatre in Staffordshire, a 600-seat venue with seating in-the-round.

A truly original play. Funny, touching, thoughtprovoking and hugely entertaining, it’s a 21st century love story from one of the country’s finest writers.

Robin writes children’s books. And he hasn’t left the house since he was seven. Jacqui’s something important in The City. But these days she’s power-dressing at home. Then they find each other online and fall in love.

It must have been written in the stars – their houses are just five minutes apart. Only there’s a problem: neither is able to walk through their front door. But, if they can’t find the courage to confront their fear and embrace what’s real, how are they ever going to stay together?

Booking Information

Tickets: £12.00 – £21.00

Concessions £2.00 off

Group Discounts £2.00 off for 10 or more

First Night Fever All seats £14.50 (no cons) Fri 11 July

Under 26s Go Free

Interpreted Performances

Captioned: 7.30pm Weds 23 July

Audio Described: 2.15pm Sat 26 July

Talkback: Weds 23 July