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Adam & Eve

Newlyweds Adam & Eve are moving to the countryside, leaving the city behind for good. They’re going to buy a house, start a family and live happily ever after. But when Adam is suspended from work and accusations are made, they’re forced to question how well they really know each other.

What lurks beneath the surface? And how can their marriage survive in a post-truth society? Adam & Eve is a startling new play about trust, feminism and the nature of accusations.

Reviews for Adam & Eve: 

★★★★★ (London Pub Theatres)  

“Adds a new dimension to Phoebe Éclair Powell’s Wink and Brad Birch’s The Brink.”

★★★★★ (London Theatre 1)

"This is a hard-hitting tale, with devastating consequences. Utterly phenomenal." 

★★★★★ (Spy in the Stalls) 

“The quality of the acting means you are never sure of who the villain is, and that, is absolutely chilling.” 

★★★★★ (Fairy Powered Productions) 

"A pitch perfect production. Cook’s writing is just phenomenal." 

★★★★★ (Theatre Weekly)

“Gripping from start to finish.” 

★★★★★ (Unicorn Smiles)

“Ticks every box in theatre.” 

★★★★★ (The Review Chap)

“Engrossing, frustrating, but, above all, utterly fascinating.” 

★★★★1/2 (Breaking the Fourth Wall)

“There aren't many modern plays that take their inspiration from Jane Eyre, but then Broken Silence Theatre aren't your average theatre company."

★★★★ (Everything Theatre)

"This production has the potential to be something very big one day. Broken Silence Theatre deserve every full house they will inevitably get."

★★★★ (Act Drop)

“Cleverly-written, nuanced and totally absorbing.” 

★★★★ (Critigal)

“A fast-paced rollercoaster which entertains from beginning to end.” 

★★★★ (Playhouse Pickings)

“an impressive production in every respect.” 

★★★★ (Close Up Culture)

“Scary. Frightening. Pulsating theatre.” 

★★★★ (Peg Review)

“An important, pertinent, unconventional modern-day romance.” 

★★★★ (Secret Review London)

“A brilliantly written, wonderfully directed piece.” 

★★★★ (Culture Craze)

“A fascinating study into the fragility of relationships.” 

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