Studio Theatre RADA

26 November - 14 December 2019


You Game

You Game is a modern, female led play based on the Tony Award-winning classic Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer.

Jack Guest, a successful screenwriter, invites Bella Lanson, an ambitious actress and his wife’s lover, over to his Holland Park house for cocktails and revenge.

You Game is a fast paced revenge thriller.

“Less A Doll’s House, More House of Cards.” Sam Ra, Writer

Stage Wardrobe by Brooks Brothers 

and Norma Kamali

Our Charity Partner is Chickenshed Theatre

Using the power of performing arts Chickenshed helps people reach their full potential and feel accepted. We create a truly inclusive environment where people don’t stigmatise, label or disregard, but accept and welcome difference.

We have Partnered with The Doyle Collection's extraordinary hotel, The Bloomsbury, for all our guests who wish to stay locally.



Ivan Murphy


Ivan Murphy trained & performed at the American Academy of Dramatic Art in Los Angeles and the Shakespeare programme at RADA in London, where he played the lead in Pericles. Other credits include Body & Blood at the Capstone Theatre Liverpool, and he recently won Best Actor in an Indie Film at the Los Angeles Film Awards for his lead role in The Taping. 


Alice McCarthy


Alice McCarthy originated the role of Alice in Jon Brittain's Olivier Award winning play Rotterdam straight out of drama school, which she performed in the West End & on Broadway. This summer she appeared as Nanny Harewood in the Downton Abbey movie.


Sam Ra - Writer

London born Irish-Indian writer of award winning film The Taping (2019). A writer and producer at Murphy Ra Entertainment, a company she Co-Founded. Sam lives and works in London, UK.

instagram: @sam.ra_

Matthew Bosley

Matthew Bosley - Director

Matthew likes to create visually and atmospherically expressive work with pungent social comment. His approach comes from a fusion of training in contemporary and traditional forms of theatre, and with performers he emphasises physicality and objective, which stems from Laban movement training and his experience as an actor.