One Stage Season is a series organised by St. James's Theatre that showcases the work of emerging producers. From Now until the end of the year, they will be running three plays, starting with the comedy Breeders. Written by Ben Ockrent and directed by Tamara Harvey, it is about a lesbian couple who want a baby. Unable to have a child that shares both their genes, Andrea asks her underachieving brother, Jimmy, to be a sperm donor. Jimmy's girlfriend, Sharon agree, but the decision forces them all closer together than they were expecting. Showing until the 2nd October, tickets are between £15 - £37.
Uncle Vanya follows from the 8th October - 8th November with tickets between £15 - 39.50. An adaptation of Anton Chekov's original play from 1897, the new version by Anya Reiss tells the story of a respected professor returning to his home farm with a new wife. Their arrival turns the lives of his family and neighbours upside down.
Last, but not least, Accolade runs from the 12th November - 13th December and costs £15- £39.50. A new play written by Emlyn Williams, the story is set in London, 1950. When author, Will Trenting, gets knighted his secret life faces exposure by the press.