The Shape Of Things to come to Bath

PUBLISHED: 14:56 26 July 2012

The Shape Of Things

Credit: Nicholas Elvey

The Shape Of Things Credit: Nicholas Elvey

Nicholas Elvey

A HIGHLY-ACCLAIMED production about a passionate relationship is running at the Theatre Royal Bath this week.

Neil LaBute’s The Shape Of Things is running on the stage until Saturday.

It follows Evelyn and Adam who meet in a museum and quickly forge a passionate relationship, observed by their friends Philip and Jenny.

What emerges is a searing account of the perception of attractiveness.

How far would we go for love, or for art? What would we be willing to change, and at what cost?

The programme does not only concentrate on acting, The Shape of Things is a showcase of many aspects of the professional theatre world to which the Engage participants have been exposed over the past few months.

Tickets, priced £7-10, are available from the box office on 01225 448844 or online at

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