Why See Instructions for Correct Assembly?
A Royal Court Debut
Unsatisfied with their first attempt at parenthood, Harry and Max decide to have another go at it. This time is sure to be different so armed with an instruction manual and a 30-day money back guarantee, Harry and Max embark on one of life's greatest and most difficult pleasures, parenthood.
Exploring the complicated business of raising and producing a child 'Instructions For Correct Assembly' marks Thomas Eccleshare's Royal Court debut with direction from the Royal Court's Associate Director Hamish Pirie. Thomas Eccleshare's other theatre credits include, 'The Light Princess' (Tobacco Factory, 2016) and 'L'Elisir D'Amore' (Kings Head Theatre, 2013). As well as winning the Verity Bargate Award in 2011 for his play 'Pastoral', Eccleshare was the Playwright in Recidence at the Soho Theatre in 2012.
Opening night: 7 April 2018
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