What’s New | 18 November – 1 December

Our regular round up of what’s going on in the world of new writing.

Only on Sundays by Joe White | Ovalhouse | 20 – 23 Nov
In 1975 two footballers kissed live on TV. Millions watched: most in hatred, a very small few in celebration. Only On Sundays is a funny, sad story about searching for acceptance, finding truth, and losing morality in machismo. More info

Lizzie Siddal by Jeremy Green | Arcola Theatre | 20 – 21 Nov
A new play that tells the dramatic story of the woman who was ‘Ophelia’ in Millais’ famous painting. It charts her dazzling trajectory from model to lover to artist, to a tragic figure in her own right. More info

One night only: Little Pieces of Gold | Southwark Playhouse | 24 Nov
Our friends Little Pieces of Gold return to Southwark with their new writing showcase. The line up of nine shorts includes Fox by Sarah Kosar, which also featured in Now We Are Three. Guaranteed greatness. More info

Jumpers for Goalposts by Tom Wells | Bush Theatre | 26 Nov – 4 Jan
A hilarious and heart-warming story about football, friendship and finding your way from Tom Wells, winner of the George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright 2012 for the smash hit comedy The Kitchen Sink. More info

Think we’ve missed anything? Want your show to be included in a future What’s New? Email us

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