Noughts & Crosses

A Belgrade Theatre Coventry and Pilot Theatre production. Co-produced by Colchester Mercury Theatre, Derby Theatre and York Theatre Royal

Noughts & Crosses

By Malorie Blackman Adapted by Sabrina Mahfouz Directed by Esther Richardson

Tuesday 26 to Saturday 30 March 2019

  • Presented at B2 stage
  • Tickets: Adults £14.50 - £18.50 Children: £9.50 - £13.50

For Sale

“Why love, if losing hurts so much?”

Teenagers Sephy and Callum sit together on a beach. They are in love.

It is forbidden.

Sephy is a Cross and Callum is a Nought. Between Noughts and Crosses there are racial and social divides. A segregated society teeters on a volatile knife edge.

As violence breaks out, Sephy and Callum draw closer, but this is a romance that will lead them into terrible danger.

This gripping Romeo and Juliet story by acclaimed writer Malorie Blackman and adapted by Sabrina Mahfouz is a captivating story of love, revolution and what it means to grow up in a divided world.

Age recommendation 12+

Running time: 2hrs 20mins inc interval

Most of our seating require use of steps to access them. For further details please see information on our Access page or speak to one of our box office team.

Tue 26 Mar 7:00pm Sold Out
Wed 27 Mar 1:30pm Limited Availability
Wed 27 Mar 7:00pm Post-Show Discussion Sold Out
Thu 28 Mar 1:30pm Limited Availability
Thu 28 Mar 7:00pm Sold Out
Fri 29 Mar 7:00pm Captioned Performance Limited Availability
Sat 30 Mar 2:30pm Audio Described Limited Availability
Sat 30 Mar 7:00pm Sold Out

Initial casting announced for Noughts and Crosses

Posted by Heather Kincaid on 24th September 2018

Following the announcement of Noughts and Crosses as the first show to emerge from our new consortium project with Pilot Theatre, Derby Theatre, York Theatre Roy... Read more

New co-productions announced for 2019

Posted by Heather Kincaid on 9th July 2018

This week, we’re hugely excited that tickets have now gone on sale for three new co-productions heading to the Belgrade early next year, including Wise Childre... Read more

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