Buxton Fringe Festival July 2023
Buxton Fringe Theatre Production Award-winners 2021-2022 return with the story of one mother’s loss amid the Shankill Road bombing, Belfast 1993. The latest play from the multi-award-winning company. ‘A searing exposition of pain and grief a combination of wonderful writing and insightful acting’ (Belfast Telegraph)
Audience feedbackAnother hard-hitting masterpiece from Spanner in The Works Theatre Company and magnificently performed by Colette Hart and Neil Heaney, who brought you on a rollercoaster of grief that many experienced during the tragic troubles of Northern Ireland. No matter what your background or history is surrounding you, as a parent of a child, you will honestly feel every tiny drop of heartache, loss and sorrow as the events of this play unfold.
Underground at The Old Clubhouse,
Wed 5th July, 7pm
Thu 6th July, 4pm
Fri 7th July, 4pm
Sat 8th July, 1pm
Run time: 45 minutes
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Bookings via underthefringe.com
Info: 020 8144 0070.
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