Originally formed in response to Brexit, And Tomorrow maintains a defiantly international outlook.

As a theatre company planning for the post-pandemic landscape, we are keen to be ahead of the curve in creating work that can be presented both digitally and on stage. We also wish to develop our name as theatre makers with a reach beyond London, and with access as a core value.

LEAR ALONE was produced as a web-series with a view to a stage production in the near future and we hope to tour our latest production THE GOOD DAD very soon.

Working in partnership with CRISIS on LEAR ALONE is a great step forward for us, and we would seek to engage with more partners from the charity sector on future projects.

And Tomorrow is proudly supported by the Arts Council, Scenesaver, Elysium Theatre Company, Entire, Tricolore, Theater Auf’m Kahn, Berlin, Actors and Writers London and The So & So Arts Club.

Current Shows

Lear Alone

A web series based on King Lear exploring the intersection of social isolation, homelessness and ageing, in partnership with CRISIS

The Good Dad (A Love Story)

Based on real life events from the 1980s, three-times Off West End Award-nominated THE GOOD DAD (A LOVE STORY) is the latest one-woman play from Gail Louw. Performed by Sarah Lawrie and directed by Anthony Shrubsall, this haunting drama is told from the perspectives of mother, daughter and sister, and asks what it means to be a family.

Who we are

Read about the 3 founding members of And Tomorrow Theatre Company.

Lear Alone
Oncomm award: winner 2022
awards-scene-saver-winner 2022

Best Director

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Finalist for Best solo Performamce

The Good Dad
OFFIES: nominated for New Play
OFFIES: nominated for director
OFFIES: nominated for lead-performance
Oranges and Ink
Oncomm award: commendation
Death of a Hunter
Oncomm award: commendation