Shook is available to stream until Saturday 31st July. Tickets are just £10 per household.

A ticket gives access to the stream for 48 hours from point of purchase.

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“Samuel Bailey’s knockout professional debut rings with fresh truth”

The New York Times (critic’s pick)


“Astonishingly brilliant…one of the best debut plays I have ever seen”

Saturday Review, BBC Radio Four


★★★★ The Times

★★★★ Evening Standard 

★★★★ Sunday Times

★★★★ Daily Mail

★★★★ WhatsOnStage

★★★★ The Stage

★★★★ The I


All tickets £10



We recommend this film for ages 14+ as there is strong language throughout. 

Nominated for 7 OffWestEnd Awards and The Stage Debut Award for Best Writer, Shook was due to transfer to the West End. Then coronavirus hit.
Now this “startlingly funny” (WhatsOnStage) show has been especially revived in collaboration with a BAFTA-winning filmmaker.

The film will be available for 48 hours from point of purchase, so please be sure to complete your viewing within this period.


“He’ll look different. My little boy. When I get out. Like… to the picture I’ve got in my head. Be like meeting him all over again. Be a whole new start.”

Instead of GCSEs, Cain, Riyad and Jonjo got sentences. Inside a young offenders’ institution they trade sweets, chat shit, kill time – and await fatherhood.

Grace’s job is to turn these teenagers into parents, ready to take charge of their futures. But can they grow up quickly enough?

Cast (in order of appearance)

Cain – Josh Finan

Jonjo – Josef Davies

Riyad – Ivan Oyik

Grace – Andrea Hall

Written by Samuel Bailey

Director – George Turvey

in collaboration with James Bobin

Producer – Chris Foxon

Set and Costume Designer – Jasmine Swan

Composer and Sound Designer – Richard Hammarton

Fight Director – Tim Klotz

Director of Photography – Max Brill

Second Camera Operator – Jan Vaceanu-Staicov

Production Sound Mixer – Ben Metsers

Editor – George Turvey

Colourist – Matt I. Jones

Dialogue Editor – Jasper Thorn

Dubbing Mixer – Jasper Thorn

Production Manager – Ian Taylor

For the original stage production

Lighting Designer – Johanna Town

Assistant Director – Lisa Diveney

Assistant Lighting Designer – Jack Wills

Stage Manager – Jo Alexander

Costume Supervisor – Megan Rarity

Technical Assistant Stage Manager – Tommaso Gobbi