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In a damaged world, four characters search for the light. Angry, funny, defiant, kind and cruel, Crave is a deeply personal meditation on the meaning of love. Pulsing with loss and longing, its resonance will be doubly powerful as we begin to reconnect our lives after the loneliness and seclusion inflicted by a global pandemic.
Designed with a sensory sound and videoscape, Crave will be staged to a live, socially distanced audience in the Festival Theatre and simultaneously live-streamed for digital audiences.
Written by one of the most influential playwrights of the 20th century, this unique production will feature a sensory sound and videoscape. The cast is Erin Doherty, Alfred Enoch, Wendy Kweh and Jonathan Slinger.
Erin Doherty makes her Chichester debut. Currently playing Princess Anne in series 3 & 4 of The Crown, she has played leading theatre roles, including at The Old Vic, Young Vic, Royal Court and Manchester Royal Exchange. Born and brought up in West Sussex, she was named an Evening Standard Rising Star and a Screen International Star of Tomorrow in 2018, and featured in The Elle List 2020.
Alfred Enoch also appears at Chichester for the first time. Having played Dean Thomas in seven Harry Potter films, his theatre credits include Red (West End & NT Live), Coriolanus (Donmar Warehouse), Tree (Young Vic) and Timon of Athens (National Theatre); television includes Sherlock and How To Get Away With Murder.
Wendy Kwehs extensive theatre credits include The Welkin and Top Girls at the National Theatre, Julius Caesar at The Bridge, Snow in Midsummer for the RSC and Chimerica in the West End; this is her Chichester debut. Her television appearances include several series of Holby City and The Bill.
Jonathan Slinger returns to Chichester where he last
appeared in Yes, Prime Minister
(2010). His many roles for the RSC include Hamlet, Prospero, Macbeth, Richard
II and Richard III, while recent West End appearances include City of Angels, Fanny and Alexander, Charlie
and the Chocolate Factory and Urinetown.
His recent TV includes The Salisbury
Poisonings and I May Destroy You.
Tinuke Craig's production of random/generations was a highlight of Festival 2018; since then,
her work includes The Color Purple
Contains strong language. Ages 16+.