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A Place for We on Digital Theatre


30th September 2022 – 30th September 2027

Talawa Theatre Company and Park Theatre present 

A Place for We on Digital Theatre 

By Archie Maddocks | Directed by Michael Buffong

Watch now on Digital Theatre

OffWestEnd Award Winner: Best Performance Ensemble

Olivier Award Nominee: Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre

A Place for We has returned to Digital Theatre and is available to stream from Friday 30th September 2022 for the next five years. The stream includes additional live content; look out for Q&As with the cast, interviews and a whole lot more!

★★★★ The Guardian

★★★★ WhatsOnStage

★★★★★ Theatre Weekly

★★★★★ Ham & High

★★★★ Broadway World

“Performed by a dynamite cast… the acting is beautiful” 

The Times 

“Full of charm and hilarity… shot through with humour” 

The Independent

“Absorbing, nuanced performances” 

The Stage

Creatives

WRITER | ARCHIE MADDOCKS
DIRECTOR | MICHAEL BUFFONG
SET & COSTUME DESIGNER | LOUIE WHITEMORE
LIGHTING DESIGNER | SHERRY COENEN
SOUND DESIGNER | TONY GAYLE 
COSTUME SUPERVISOR | CLAIRE NICOLAS 
ASSOCIATE SOUND DESIGNER | BELLA KEAR
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR | LO FELICIANI OJEDA 
PRODUCTION MANAGER | JEROME REID 
PRODUCTION ELECTRICIAN & PROGRAMMER | JAKE LAWRENCE 
COSTUME ASSISTANT | ANDRAS JACOBS 
COMPANY STAGE MANAGER | KALA SIMPSON
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER | EMILY MEI-LING PEARCE
STAGE MANAGEMENT INTERN | TAYLA HUNTER 
PRODUCER | DANIEL COOPER  



King Lear on Amazon Prime

The epic production of King Lear: The Film, starring Don Warrington and Alfred Enoch, is available to stream on Amazon Prime, by DVD, and also to view via Digital Theatre.

★★★★ “as close to definitive as can be” 

The Guardian 

 ★★★★ “Don Warrington’s King Lear is a heartbreaking tour de force” 

The Telegraph

Filmed at the Royal Exchange Theatre in May 2016 and released as a film in July 2016, the original stage production of King Lear played to sell out theatre crowds during its stellar run. 

The original stage production was directed by Michael Buffong (A Raisin in the Sun, Moon on a Rainbow Shawl, All My Sons, Guys And Dolls) and was a co-production between Royal Exchange Theatre and Talawa Theatre Company, in association with the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.King Lear: The Film was funded by digital commissioning body The Space with the aim of bringing the impressive production to a wider and more diverse digital and cinema audiences. It was also supported by the British Council as part of their Shakespeare Lives programme, showcasing the best of British contemporary arts to an international audience. King Lear: The Film is a Talawa Theatre Company / Royal Exchange Theatre / Saffron Cherry TV production in association with Lion Eyes TV