The Nursery Festival Saturday October 25th RICHARD MARSH / EGGSHELLS
*One ticket is valid for both shows*
RICHARD MARSH - 1st show, 7.30pm start*
Writer, performer and Nursery Festival repeat offender Richard Marsh will present a brand new piece.
Hard to say what it'll be like at this point, but there will be rhymes and jokes.
His previous Nursery Festival shows won a Fringe First (Dirty Great Love Story, co-written with Katie Bonna) and the BBC Audio Drama Award 2014 for Best Scripted Comedy (Skittles, aka Love & Sweets on the radio).
Performed by Hilary Tones & Maya Wasowicz
Directed by Elle While
Written by Rebecca Walker
Wretch is inspired by three months of interviews at a day centre in the East End of London for the homeless and vulnerably housed.
We will showcase a short play inspired by our encounters, revealing the stories of faces you see but may not know.
EGGSHELLS - written by Fiona Harper, directed by Emmi Isham.
2nd show, 9pm start*
Eggshells is a two-hander, written in verse and has comic elements that addresses the very common and growing problem of anxiety disorders.
Glen's gone funny and not in a good way. Hannah can't take much more of his strange behaviour and Jim thinks a Singapore Sling is the answer to all their problems.
Eggshells tells the story of Glen and Hannah, over one tumultuous evening where their relationship and mental health begins to disintegrate.
30 min ish interval between 8.30-9pm
Doors open at 7pm.
The Nursery Festival is in collaboration with MERGE festival.
The Nursery (View)
Arch 61, Ewer Street
London SE1 0NR