SYNOPSIS: A violent storm sweeps the coast. Diana Stuckley and her daughter are struggling to keep the roof on their run-down manor house, when neighbours and strangers begin to appear on their doorstep, seeking shelter from the floods. One of these unexpected arrivals is Ted Farrier, the charismatic leader of a right-wing organisation: he could be Diana’s saviour – or pull the fragile household to pieces. Stranded together, this explosive mix of people must survive the weather, and each other.

As of March 16, London theaters are closed until further notice to help slow the spread of coronavirus and will re-open as soon as possible, following government recommendations.

To help slow the spread of coronavirus all performances at the National Theatre are cancelled through April 12.

Directed by Fiona Buffini

Cast: Nancy Carroll, Ben Daniels, Michele Austin, Peter Bray, Gillian Dean, Amy Forrest, David Hargreaves, Edward Judge, Shaniqua Okwok, Eliot Salt

Show Times: Monday-Saturday @7:30pm, Wednesday @2:15pm, Saturday @2:15pm

Tickets from £15