People, Places and Things

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Written by Duncan Macmillan
Date premiered August 25, 2015
Place premiered Dorfman Theatre
Original language English
Subject Addiction
Genre Drama

People, Places and Things is a play by the British playwright Duncan Macmillan. The inaugural production was directed by Jeremy Herrin and staged at the National Theatre in London in 2015. The play was widely praised by critics for its depiction of addiction, and Denise Gough, in the central role, won the Critics Circle Theatre Award for Best Actress. The production transferred to Wyndham's Theatre in 2016. Denise Gough won the Olivier Award for Best Actress for her role.[1]

Awards and Nominations[edit]

Year Award Ceremony Category Nominee Result
2016 Laurence Olivier Awards Best New Play Nominated
Best Actress in a Play Denise Gough Won
Best Sound Design Tom Gibbons Won
Best Lighting Design James Farncombe Nominated
2016 Whatsonstage.com Awards Best New Play Nominated
Best Actress in a Play Denise Gough Nominated

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