SIMON CARROLL-JONES can be seen in Phone Home at Shoreditch Town Hall until 30 October. The show is based on the true stories of refugees and is the result of a collaboration between theatre companies based in London, Munich and Athens. One play will be performed in all three cities, interlinked by video-conferencing and broadcast live online.
SIMON CARROLL-JONES can be seen at Soho Theatre until 2 July performing in This Much (Or An Act Of Violence Towards The Institution Of Marriage). The production from Moving Dust Theatre Company is getting its London premiere following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last summer.
SIMON CARROLL-JONES will be performing in theatre company Moving Dust's production of This Much (or an Act of Violence Towards the Institution of Marriage) at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The play was written by John Fitzpatrick as part of the Royal Court Writer's Programme and is a performance about how we define relationships; through objects, clothes, traditions and other people. It previews at the Ovalhouse in London on 31 July and 1 August before playing in Edinburgh on 7-31 August, at 19:45 daily at ZOO.