In Clay Tickets

Upstairs at the Gatehouse
1 North Road, Highgate Village, London, N6 4BD
Running Time TBC
Running Since Wed, 13 March 2024
Booking Until Sun, 7 April 2024
Monday - -
Tuesday - 19:30
Wednesday - 19:30
Thursday - 19:30
Friday - 19:30
Saturday 14:30 19:30
Sunday 16:00 -
Important Information
Age guidance: 12+

More about In Clay

Upstairs at the Gatehouse and Design & Canvas Co. present IN CLAY.

After a five-star, sellout run at VAULT Festival 2023, IN CLAY, a “perfectly formed and expertly polished” (The Reviews Hub) new musical comes to Upstairs at the Gatehouse for a strictly limited run.

Based on a true story, this “poignant reflection on ambition, regrets & self-fulfilment” (Fringebiscuit) is told from a quaint Parisian kitchen in the late 1930s. Marie-Berthe Cazin, a ceramist in her early 40s, eagerly awaits the arrival of her closest childhood friend and now celebrated artist, Henrietta Tirman. As Marie prepares for the evening ahead, she reflects on the great joys and sorrows of a life devoted to making art.

IN CLAY debuted at VAULT Festival to stellar reviews earlier this year, and was nominated for Show of the Week, and an Offies OffFest award. The show has also been shortlisted for the Stiles & Drewe MTI Mentorship Award and the Best New Song Prize 2023.

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Upstairs at the Gatehouse

1 North Road, Highgate Village, London, N6 4BD
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Upstairs at the Gatehouse is an award-winning Off West End theatre in Highgate Village, North London. Since 1998, we’ve presented a varied programme of musicals, plays, opera, and more in our 122-seat Victorian auditorium.

A regular home for established fringe companies, we also focus heavily on supporting early-career artists, innovative revivals, and new writing.