By Eve Leigh
‘I’ve got the world at the tip of my fingers, I’ve got the world at the tip of my tongue, I’ve got the world in my mouth.”
Salty Irina is the story of two queer girls in love, who see fascism rising in their university town and decide to do something to stop it. But when they go undercover to a local far-right festival, they are shocked by what they find.
Eve Leigh is a playwright and theatremaker. Upcoming productions include MIDNIGHT MOVIE (Royal Court, November-December 2019) and WHILE YOU ARE HERE (The Place/Dance East, October 2019). Past plays include THE TRICK (Bush Theatre, national tour); SPOOKY ACTION AT A DISTANCE (Royal Court/RWCMD); THE CURTAIN (Young Vic Taking Part); STONE FACE, and SILENT PLANET (both Finborough Theatre). Installation work includes MOVIMENTO/VARIATIONS (36 маймуни/Bulgarian National Theatre Festival); YOUR FUTURE (HAU/Sophiensaele/Ballhaus Ost/Camden People’s Theatre). Dramaturgy includes HOW TO WIN AGAINST HISTORY (Young Vic). She is one of the Royal Court’s two Jerwood playwrights of 2019.