NABOKOV SPRING SEASON ANNOUNCED

Happy New Year! While most of the country slowly creaks back into life after the Christmas hibernation, we're hard at work with the continuing joy of our hit show BLINK at Soho Theatre, whilst putting the finishing touches to our BIGGEST EVER SEASON OF WORK! BLINK by Phil Porter will be out on the road in January and February after the completion of its run at Soho Theatre, touring for 8 weeks to some of the UK's most prestigious venues. We can't wait to share this gem with audiences around the country.

Also in February we'll be working on no fewer than THREE interlinked, multidisciplinary projects. SYMPHONY, our collection of short plays with live music by three of the UK's hottest writers - Ella Hickson, Nick Payne and Tom Wells - returns after wowing festival audiences in 2012 for a residency at VAULT festival in Waterloo. We'll also be working with the same company to develop a brand new multidisciplinary show with the award-winning spoken word artist, rapper and MC DIZRAELI. The end of February, also at VAULT festival, sees the return and 5th birthday of our legendary event THE NABOKOV ARTS CLUB! We'll have live theatre, spoken word, immersive adventures, individual experiences, bands, DJs - and even a live free running show! Stay tuned for the line-up announcement soon...

And if that wasn't enough for you, we are extremely excited to announce our brand new world premiere production, INCOGNITO by Nick Payne - a co-production with Live Theatre Newcastle and HighTide Festival Theatre. We're thrilled to be presenting this fascinating new play from the winner of the Evening Standard Award for Best New Play for CONSTELLATIONS. Directed by our very own Joe Murphy, INCOGNITO will preview at Live in April before heading to HighTide Festival and then a further run back at Live, followed by a week at The North Wall in Oxford.

We think you'll agree it's a season to be really excited about, and we can't wait to share it with you all. Check out the individual show pages for full details and booking links.

If you're yet to see BLINK at Soho, make sure you catch it before it closes on the 11th Jan; and we'll see you at some point along the way!