We are pleased to announce our first ever Babes in Arms performance!
Here at the Young Vic we’re opening our doors to those with little ones. On Friday 25 November at 11.30am we’ve added a special performance of Ian Rickson’s production of Conor McPherson’s new translation of The Nest.
If you’re a parent or a carer with a baby under eighteen months we have an extra performance just for you. The actors will be aware that there may be additional noise from the auditorium and the house lights will remain up throughout. You’ll be welcome to move about the space should you need to settle your baby.
There will be space for buggies to be parked. Baby changing and milk-warming facilities will be available.
This performance is open to everyone but is specifically designed for audiences with babes in arms.
Parents-to-be Kurt and Martha just want the best for their baby. They’re not afraid of hard work – the latest buggy doesn’t come cheap. But when Kurt’s boss offers him a chance to make some easy money with a mysterious side job, his rashness catches up with him.
Conor McPherson has written a powerful new version of the German classic.
A fable about the moral and environmental cost of our materialistic nesting instincts, directed by Ian Rickson.
The Nest runs in The Maria at the YV from 28 October – 26 November. More information and how to book tickets here.