Burying your Brother in the Pavement by Jack Thorne
Youth theatre production directed by Andrew Allen, produced by Sally Orr , in connection with Allsorts Youth Project in Brighton.
Tom's brother is dead, and he wants more anything, to bury his brother in the Pavement where he was killed.People and 'things' keep getting in his way...
The thing is, he didn't really know his brother.
Addressing how we cope with grief, this play explores the unfolding of a relationship through those who knew his brother best.
Thank you to th Advanced Youth Theatre for producing this funny and sad play . Props and tech from DQ student crew, Amber Thompson and Ellie Orr, and poster produced by Daisy Leigh-Phippard with photography from Sam Harrison .
Spire arts (View)
Spire arts st Marks chapel Eastern road
Brighton BN2, 5jn
|Minimum Age: 11|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|