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‘cleverly constructed, full of empathy, anger, and pleasingly dark humour’ 
★★★★ ​​​​The Stage

'A haunting wake-up call to a society already trapped in a nightmare of its own creation' 
★★★★★ The Spy In The Stalls

‘There are some truly edge-of-chair moments, those that great theatre is made of and that no other medium would achieve. The Process will be a significant programming feather in Chris Sonnex’s cap.’   
The Play's The Thing

'bold and striking, powerful and compelling’
Ought To Be Clowns

'No one has an excuse to not see this performance.’
The Upcoming

Jo’s winning at life. Her business is going brilliantly. She’s Cost Positive. She’s even on the telly. She’s a Deaf woman turning the hearing world on its head. Until the system turns on her.

A malevolent bureaucracy, the rise of alt-right politics, and the human lives caught in the middle all ask: what happens if you believe ‘it’ll never happen to me’?

The Process is told in BSL and spoken English. At moments of the show only BSL will be used; audience members who do not use BSL will not fully understand these conversations. At other moments only spoken English will be used; D/deaf audience members may not fully understand these conversations. This is part of the show’s design, and everyone will get a full story. The Process is fully accessible for BSL users and hearing audience members.

Every show will be performed in a relaxed environment, all remaining performances are captioned through The Difference Engine, with relaxed performances on 21 and 28 January 2020, and an audio-described performance on 30th January.

Whatever your language, you're all part of The Process.

All remaining tickets for both shows on Saturday 1st February will now be Pay What You Can. Booking options are available online or you can pay on the door.

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For further information on accessible performances of The Process, please click here.
 Visual Guide
 Story Synopsis
 Sensory Synopsis

The Process is supported by Arts Council England and the Royal Victoria Hall Foundation.
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