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Reboot Festival 2023

Welcome to the third edition of the biggest festival of short plays in London

'A fabulous addition to London’s theatre scene’

- Fringe Biscuit


This year's edition is truly an international new writing festival, with more than half of the writers hailing from all over the US, Canada, Australia, Ukraine and the UK.

Each week features a whole host of talented emerging London-based actors and directors, some returing to the stage for the first time since the pandemic. 

Week 1 (5 - 9 September)

Bound Set by Stephen Dierkes, directed by Sebastião Marques Lopes

Little Black Dress by John Mabey, directed by Pamela Farrugia

My Ghost by Nina Tolstoy, directed by Jagoda Kamov

Closing Doors by John Minigan, directed by Sharon Willems

The Dating Pool by Arianna Rose, directed by Hannah Gooden

Just Nod by Anna Clart, directed by Vittorio Parri


Week 2 (12 - 16 September)

Things Unsaid by Reagan Payne, directed by Ed Hulme

Spark by Siân Rowland, directed by Isabella Forshaw

Road Trip by Katherine Vondy, directed by Chelsea Sheldon

The Dying Speech of a Living Legend by Daniel Connelly, directed by Anna Clart


Week 3 (19 - 23 September)

Two Girls by Allie Costa, directed by Beth Graham

The Will of the People by Andrew Allen, directed by Amalia Kontesi

Nil by Sea by Katie Pollock, directed by Estrella Mabika

The Chronicles by Anna Halas, directed by Josh Hinds

Drawing under the Microscope by Janine Sobeck Knighton, directed by Leo Bacica

Like Clockwork by Andrada Anglieri, directed by David Frias-Roblas

The Lock by Katherine Swan, directed by Sharon Willems

West End Evenings
features Reboot directors in her blog

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