Soho Theatre presents

Super High Resolution

by Nathan Ellis Thu 27 Oct – Sat 3 Dec 22 100 minutes
‘I like being a doctor but I’m slowly growing to hate the sight of sick people.’

Being a doctor is a really good job and you get to save lives and help people, so Anna is determined not to quit. But when her patient runs out on her, and her personal life starts to spiral, she’s not sure how much more she can take.

Super High Resolution is a play about being a doctor in the modern NHS and the limits of anyone’s ability to care for other people.

Blanche McIntyre directs Verity Bargate Award shortlisted playwright Nathan Ellis’ fast-paced and darkly funny debut play for Soho Theatre.

Performance audio described by Miranda Yates: Tue 22 Nov, 7.30pm, touch tour 6.15pm
– download audio described documents near the bottom of the page here

Performance captioned by Alex Romeo Wed 23 Nov, 7.30pm

Panel discussion: NHS and Mental Health – Sat 26 Nov, 4pm (see below for more info)

Content warning: please note that this show includes references to and depictions of self-harm and suicide. Please see content warnings here, and a link to a collection of care resources here.


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