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Drama + Main House


The award winning Queer love-story returns to London.

A Harlow Playhouse Original
Written by Tom Ratcliffe & directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair

‘I love you I love you I love you I love you I love you.’

Sam and his fiancé Noel have been together for years. They have a house, a cat and their whole lives ahead of them. But when a sudden and permanent distance crashes into their relationship, it falls upon Sam to discover where their story goes from here.

Harlow Playhouse presents this award-winning, internationally acclaimed work by Tom Ratcliffe. Wreckage is a touching story about continuing bonds and love that only evolves, and never dies.

Winner of Lustram Award (Ed Fringe 2022).

Shortlisted for the Theaterpreis Hamburg 2024.


Performers | Tom Ratcliffe & Taofique Folarin

Writer | Tom Ratcliffe

Director | Rikki Beadle-Blair

Producer | Harlow Playhouse

Ticket Price

£10 - £26.50


2 - 7 July


King's Head Theatre



"Wreckage is a compelling piece of theatre" - ★★★★★ Culture Fix

"Wreckage is one of those must-see performances" - ★★★★★ Theatre Weekly

"Heart-breaking, but ultimately hopeful and passionately performed" - ★★★★ The Scotsman

"A beautiful queer love story" - ★★★★ Lost In Theatreland


Running Time: 65 mins

Content Warnings: Contains strong language, themes of grief and loss

Age Guidance: 16+


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