Talks and Events
Immediately following the matinee. Free with purchase to matinee performance on the same day.
This is the ticket booking page for the live performance of Shedding A Skin in Soho.
For the Live Stream performance Thu 15 Jul 7.30pm with captions click here
For the Live Stream performance Thu 15 Jul 7.30pm WITHOUT captions click here
Shedding a Skin is a story for our times. A play about finding kindness in unexpected places. A play about connecting with what our elders can teach us – new skin honouring old skin. A play about joy, healing and protest. And having a good belly laugh.
Written by Amanda Wilkin, the 2020 winner of Soho Theatre’s acclaimed Verity Bargate Award, introduces audiences to a fresh and fierce new voice.
‘She’s captured a generation. It’s a work of incredible beauty and great wit, she will go far.’Stephen Garrett
From a record number of 1493 entries for the 2020 Verity Bargate Award, Amanda Wilkin’s spellbinding play captivated the Award’s readers and judges, including Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag), Lolita Chakrabati (Hymn), Russell T Davies (It’s A Sin), Laura Wade (The Watsons) and Stephen Garrett (Character 7), and was announced as the winner in October 2020.
Shedding A Skin will be creating a relaxed, inclusive environment in Soho Theatre’s Main House for all performances.
Live Stream performance – Thu 15 Jul
Please note, the 7.30pm performance on Thu 15 Jul is being live streamed. Filming equipment will be present in the auditorium.
Shedding A Skin is a Soho Theatre production sponsored by NJA, Core Values & Creative Management.
The Verity Bargate Award is sponsored by Character 7
You are booking for a performance with socially distanced seating. Read more here.
'I defy anyone to walk out untouched'
‘I was not prepared to be kidnapped by a play and a voice so completely.’
‘…beautifully written, contemporary, poetic and delicate. The world she creates in the play is familiar and surprising all at once. She’s definitely a talent to watch.’
'...It’s heartfelt, it’s mysterious, it says a lot about the world, it’s really, really brilliant.’