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Worlds End was first presented to Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh in 2007 and afterwards in Trafalgar Studios, West End, London in 2008. Ever since it has been presented in Toronto Theatre Festival ( Toronto ) and in Bakehouse Theatre ( Adelaide )

“One of the best new plays of the year….”
British Theatre Guide * * * *

“A thrilling hour of drama... It’s tender and vicious, realistic and poetic, very funny and horribly, horribly true…”
The Spectator

“It’s a special piece of writing…. Sad, humorous and totally believable.” * * * *

“An intriguing play with cracking dialogue and cunningly revealed character... confirmed it’s author's growing reputation for chronicling the feel of 21st century life.”
The Times

“It’s a delight to see so much that’s right packed into such a short playing time.”
Evening Standard****

“This is a play... that has you siding, back and forth many times, with each of the four characters.”
Adelaide Theatre Guide
Urbn Theatr is happy to announce that this May will be working alongside Wandsworth Arts Festival and Roehampton Library on a brand new artistic project entitled “Re-engagement” created specifically for Wandsworth Fringe Festival 2017.
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