This is the page for Oh, The Humanity at the St Stephens theatre, Edinburgh. To book for the Soho Theatre run please click here.
We’d like you to meet a bunch of people with something on their mind. A coach with an awkward confession to make. A spokeswoman who doesn’t know what to say. A man and a woman who want to fall in love, but aren’t sure how. Oh, and these people want to take your picture, so just act natural, ok?
Sharp, witty and playful, these five short New York plays by award-winning playwright Will Eno and directed by Erica Whyman reveal the terrible hope, and hilarious uncertainty of being alive.
‘Horrifyingly insightful writing and astonishingly sensitive acting.’ ★★★★★ A Younger Theatre
‘Erica Whyman’s brilliantly acted production is pitch-perfect’
Guardian on Oh, The Humanity
‘Lethally funny.’ Telegraph on Erica Whyman’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
‘Stingingly funny and really rather beautiful’ Guardian on The Flu Season by Will Eno
‘Not to be missed’ Telegraph on Northern Stage’s Oh What A Lovely War