- Wheelchair Access
- Tues 27 March - Sat 7 April 2.00pm (not Sun 1 or Mon 2 April)
Running time: 55 mins
If I lived in the middle of nowhere, you could understand it.
If I was halfway up a mountain.
Or at the side of a lake.
And I had no brothers or sisters.
Well, you could understand it.
If I said I was lonely.
But I’m not any of that.
I live in a flat.
In one of the biggest cities on the planet.
I’m never alone.
But I am lonely.
A new play by Olivier Award-winning playwright Mike Kenny and designed by illustrator Rachana Jadhav. Commissioned by Ovalhouse as part of a three-year exploration into the impact of child loneliness.
Wednesday 4 April: BSL interpreted performance with Jacqui Beckford.
To book a family ticket, add 2 standard tickets and 2 Under 16s tickets to your basket and pay just £28, a saving of £6.
Mike Kenny was included in the Independent on Sunday’s list of Top Ten Living Playwrights.
- Wed 28 Mar, 2:00pm
- Thu 29 Mar, 1:00pm
- Fri 30 Mar, 2:00pm
- Sat 31 Mar, 2:00pm
- Tue 3 Apr, 2:00pm
- Wed 4 Apr, 2:00pm
- Thu 5 Apr, 2:00pm
- Fri 6 Apr, 2:00pm
- Sat 7 Apr, 2:00pm
Written by Mike Kenny
Directed by Owen Calvert-Lyons
Designed by Rachana Jadhav
Performed by Natalia Hinds
Supported by the Co-op Foundation
Supported using public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Photo by TheOtherRichard.
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