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Please note that in line with guidance from the government and Society of Official London Theatre, upcoming performances of The Effect are postponed until further notice. We will be directly in touch with ticket buyers, and will update all customers as and when we are able to safely reopen the building and commence operations. We thank you for your understanding at this difficult time. Connie and Tristan meet; symptoms develop. Racing hearts.
Lost appetites. Erratic emotions. Make an evening of it! With our beautiful restaurant and bar onsite, join us pre-show for the delicious food and drink we have on offer. We look forward to seeing you soon. The concessionary rate is available on Mondays and Thursday matinees for Soho residents, over 65s, under 25s, students and unwaged and is subject to availability.
Soho residents can only purchase tickets at the concessionary rate in person at our box office. However, that seat could be anywhere, from the front row to the back of the balcony — fancy a flutter? Check out the small print here. Same symptoms. Different effects? Addiction comes hard and fast. But have the clinicians running the trial lost control? Join us pre-show for a fixed price menu Make an evening of it!
Qty :. I can tell the difference between who I am and a side effect. The Effect is a clinical romance. Two young volunteers, Tristan and Connie, agree to take part in a clinical drug trial. Succumbing to the gravitational pull of attraction and love, however, Tristan and Connie manage to throw the trial off-course, much to the frustration of the clinicians involved. This funny, moving and perhaps surprisingly human play explores questions of sanity, neurology and the limits of medicine, alongside ideas of fate, loyalty and the inevitability of physical attraction. Following on from the critical and commercial success of Enron , The Effect offers a vibrant theatrical exploration into the human brain via the heart.
The Effect review – Lucy Prebble’s compelling play asks what makes us us
All rights whatsoever in this play are strictly reserved and application for performance etc. No performance may be given unless a licence has been obtained. The Effect is a clinical romance. Two young volunteers, Tristan and Connie, agree to take part in a clinical drug trial. Succumbing to the gravitational pull of attraction and love, however, Tristan and Connie manage to throw the trial off course, much to the frustration of the clinicians involved.