Trend: New frontiers of the British scene at Rome's Teatro Belli.
18 Oct-22 Dec. The 17th edition of Trend: New frontiers of the British scene takes place at Teatro Belli in Trastevere from 18 October until 22 December.
The drama festival provides a bridge between established and emerging British and Irish talent, and the programme contains award-winning works from noted playwrights as well as recent plays by younger authors, translated into Italian.
The programme begins with The Cordelia Dream by Marina Carr (18 Oct), Jordan by Anna Reynolds and Moira Buffini (20-21 Oct), My Brilliant Divorce by Geraldine Aron (24-27 Oct), and Ivan & The Dogs by Hattie Naylor (29 Oct-1 Nov).
The November programme continues with BU21 by Stuart Slade (2-4 Nov), E Attendant Beckett by Glauco Mauri and Roberto Sturno (8-11 Nov), Not Not Not Not Not Enough Oxygen by Caryl Churchill (13-15 Nov), All the Things I Lied About (16-18 Nov) by Katie Bonna, Killology by Gary Owen (20-24 Nov), A Behanding in Spokane by Martin McDonagh (26-28 Nov), and Harrogate by Al Smith (30 Nov-3 Dec).
December continues with Growth by Luke Norris (5-8 Dec), The Bogus Woman by Kay Adshead (10-12 Dec), Yellow Moon by David Greig (14-15 Dec), Conservatory by Michael West (16 Dec), The Prudes by Anthony Neilson (17-19 Dec), ending with Lungs by Duncan Macmillan (20-22 Dec).
For full details check Teatro Belli website.