Sharp, satirical and pulsating with energy, Some Explicit Polaroids weaves an engaging urban fairytale for today. In an age where political change seems a distant memory, Ravenhill asks "how did we get from there to here?" and "where do we go now?"
"A powerful and universal, if profoundly sad, cry for love, friendship, companionship and fair play..." - Variety
"A funny, brilliantly subtle treatise on the subject of value and belief at the end of the 20th century." - The Guardian
- Intense Adult Themes
- Strong Language
- Nudity/Partial Nudity
- Minimum Fee: £69 per performance plus VAT when applicable.
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- Time Period: Contemporary, 1990s
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Setting: Contemporary London
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
- Not Applicable
Note from Mark Ravenhill: I'm happy for any of the parts to be played by whoever, whatever gender. The gendered casting is only a suggestion and the parts are open to anyone wherever they are on the gender spectrum.
Some Explicit Polaroids, produced by Out of Joint, was first performed at the Theatre Royal in September of 1999, under the direction of Max Stafford-Clark.