The Edit

Written by Sarah Gordon
Directed by Joe Hufton
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“I made myself not like you. I picked out all your bad bits, all our bad bits and ran them like a tape trying to make sense of everything. It was the only way I could… Until you came in today. Till you came through the door. And it was like you were just coming back home”

Five years ago Nick and Elena fell in love. Two years ago they fell out of it. They haven’t seen each other since. Until now.

It’s that meet up. The first time seeing the ex since the breakup. Something almost all of us have suffered through, whether or not by choice. Unfolding in real time, Nick and Elena try and work out where they went wrong so that they can both move on with their lives. The only question is whether they will do so together, or separately. After all, every love story deserves a second chance. Doesn’t it? Together they were glorious. Together they were a disaster. It just depends on how you see it.

Tender and funny, The Edit tests the limits of love, forgiveness and self-preservation. After a tour of the South West, this is the London premiere of Sarah Gordon’s debut play.

Sarah Gordon

Sarah is a graduate of the National Film and Television School and now writes for both stage and screen. She is currently under commission for the Stephen Joseph Theatre and is developing an original series with Big Talk Productions. Before coming to Theatre503 The Edit finished a tour of the UK this summer.

Dates

Artistic Team
Writer
Sarah Gordon
Director
Joe Hufton
Producer
Kathryn Bilyard
Designer
Lydia Denno
Cast
Cast
Serena Manteghi
Cast
Jamie Wilkes
★★★★★ - A Younger Theatre
Posted on 11 January 2020

"...a beautifully accurate portrait"

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★★★★ - The Upcoming
Posted on 9 January 2020

"...a masterclass in fringe theatre"

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★★★★ - Candid Cocoa
Posted on 9 January 2020

"...perfect balance of humour and pathos"

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View From The Outside
Posted on 9 January 2020

"...executed with a flawless precision"

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Reviews

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ – A Younger Theatre

“…a beautifully accurate portrait”

⭐⭐⭐⭐ – The Upcoming

“…a masterclass in fringe theatre”

⭐⭐⭐⭐ – Candid Cocoa

“…perfect balance of humour and pathos”

 

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