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RESPONSE: ORLANDO

Presented by The Queer House and Omnibus Theatre
Theatrical experiments wrestling in the rich mud of Virginia Woolf’s passionate, funny, problematic book.

Orlando wants to Capital L Live, wants to make art, wants to find love. 

Orlando’s having trouble finishing their epic poem ‘The Oak Tree’. 

Orlando travels time, travels the globe, encounters climate disasters, falls in and out of love, marries nature. 

Orlando goes to sleep a man and wakes up a woman. 

Orlando suffers from depression. 

We hard relate. 

Orlando owns a stately home, has many servants, is casually racist and classist and embroiled in some dodgy politics in Istanbul. 

We don’t relate. 

 6 creatives, 5 writers and 5 performers – all queer, trans or nonbinary – many from Global Majority backgrounds – many working class – share their theatrical experiments wrestling in the rich mud of Virginia Woolf’s passionate, funny, problematic book. 


This performance will take place with a live audience at Omnibus Theatre.

We are so excited to welcome you back through our doors.

We understand that booking tickets for live events right now feels like a bit of a gamble.

We want to assure you that should you be unable to attend an event due to an isolation order or exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19, or should we have to cancel an event, we will be happy to offer a full refund.

Please be aware that our COVID policy and precautions may be updated in line with current government advice for the safety and comfort of our audiences, artists and team. Please check out our Covid-19 Safety FAQs for full information on what to expect and how to prepare for your visit.

10-11 FEB
7:30PM
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION
#REORLANDO

RESPONSE: ORLANDO

Presented by The Queer House and Omnibus Theatre
Theatrical experiments wrestling in the rich mud of Virginia Woolf’s passionate, funny, problematic book.

Orlando wants to Capital L Live, wants to make art, wants to find love. 

Orlando’s having trouble finishing their epic poem ‘The Oak Tree’. 

Orlando travels time, travels the globe, encounters climate disasters, falls in and out of love, marries nature. 

Orlando goes to sleep a man and wakes up a woman. 

Orlando suffers from depression. 

We hard relate. 

Orlando owns a stately home, has many servants, is casually racist and classist and embroiled in some dodgy politics in Istanbul. 

We don’t relate. 

 6 creatives, 5 writers and 5 performers – all queer, trans or nonbinary – many from Global Majority backgrounds – many working class – share their theatrical experiments wrestling in the rich mud of Virginia Woolf’s passionate, funny, problematic book. 


This performance will take place with a live audience at Omnibus Theatre.

We are so excited to welcome you back through our doors.

We understand that booking tickets for live events right now feels like a bit of a gamble.

We want to assure you that should you be unable to attend an event due to an isolation order or exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19, or should we have to cancel an event, we will be happy to offer a full refund.

Please be aware that our COVID policy and precautions may be updated in line with current government advice for the safety and comfort of our audiences, artists and team. Please check out our Covid-19 Safety FAQs for full information on what to expect and how to prepare for your visit.

10-11 FEB
7:30PM
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION
#REORLANDO

Cast: TBC

Production Team

Co-created by:

Rebekah Alero (they/them)

Char Boden (they/them) 

Rūta Irbīte (she/her) 

Mika Onyx Johnson (he/they) 

Annie Siddons (she/her) 

Yaz Zadeh (he/they) 

With writing by:

Jennifer Dixon (she/they) 

Reece Lyons (she/her) 

Pete MacHale (he/him) 

Amelia Stubberfield (all pronouns) 

Michelle Tiwo (they/them)

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Concessions

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Accessibility

All performance spaces and facilities are fully wheelchair-accessible. For more info please contact Box Office on 0207 498 4699.

Ticket Collection

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Content Warnings
Age Recommendation

TBC

Duration

TBC