29th July - 25th August 2019
Four friends leave school with uncertain futures. One of them, A* student and non-binary auteur Damien Blake, wants to create something important. Film is their medium; immediate and open to manipulation. Set against a background of increasing societal pressures, rising university fees and what can be seen as a youth mental health crisis, Damien’s obsession with exploring what reality actually is starts to put a strain on their relationships.
"For all its moments of topical bite – gender fluidity, millennial expectations – J. B. Pichelski’s new work is a tightly scripted drama about being accepted by your peers and finding your place in the world." - Paul O’Leary: Producer (Other People's Money, Southwark Playhouse)
|Wed 7 Aug 2019||6:00pm||£8.00|
|Thu 8 Aug 2019||6:00pm||£8.00|
|Fri 9 Aug 2019||6:00pm||£8.00|
|Sat 10 Aug 2019||6:00pm||£8.00|
|Sun 11 Aug 2019||6:00pm||£8.00|