Eureka Day

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'The perfect play for our age of disagreement.' New York Times

Every child is welcomed at the progressive Eureka Day school in Berkeley, California – it's a point of pride for the parents on the Executive Committee.

But when a public health scare erupts, it turns out tolerance and togetherness are no match for mumps…

'If consensus was easy, everyone would do it.'

In Jonathan Spector's timely and hysterical comedy, polite debate descends into ideological warfare, as a democratic utopia tears itself apart.

Academy, Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Helen Hunt (As Good As It Gets, The Sessions, Mad About You) stars alongside Kirsten Foster (Life of Pi, West End), Mark McKinney (Superstore), Ben Schnetzer (Pride) and Susan Kelechi Watson (This Is Us), directed by Katy Rudd (Camp Siegfried, The Ocean at the End of the Lane).

Times

Thu 06 Sep 7:30pm – Mon 31 Oct 7:30pm

Booking Information

Helen Hunt will not perform from 13-16th September 2022. The role of Suzanne will be played by an understudy on these dates.

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Access Information

For Accessibility information please contact the box office on 0344 871 7628

Suitable For Children

Age guidance: 14 years +

Cancellation Policy

1. If you test positive for COVID-19, display symptoms, or are asked to isolate by NHS Test and Trace you can exchange your tickets.
2. If the show is cancelled due to COVID-19 or any other reason, you will be offered a free exchange or refund.
3. If the show is going ahead and you are able to attend, there will be no exchange or refund available.

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The Cut, London SE1 8NB

Reviews

4.5(6 reviews)
  • Mrs C E Ross

    September 29, 2022

    In the beginning I thought this is going to be everything I dislike. Half- finished sentences and interrupted conversations. However, as the play developed, I warmed to it. It was very well done. In Act 2 the personalities came alive with all their vulnerabilities. The set was simple and appropriate.

  • Debb

    September 23, 2022

    The play is a perfect portrait of the American society and all of its inclusivity language present nowadays. It also portraits quite well a school in California! It had it’s funny moments and seeing Helen Hunt was a great addition to the play. Unfortunately,I think the play is too immersed in the American culture and not all translates into a British (or international) audience. But the American audience loved it. It was made for them. The scene of the video call with the chat on the back was hilarious, but before, the play was quite boring. I ended up leaving at the interval as I thought nothing good be better than that scene. I loved that scene and wanted to leave on a high moment!

  • Sally Brough

    September 23, 2022

    Excellent production and so glad to have seen it. The cast were superb and will be booking to see it again.

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