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    Shape Of Things To Come: Do You Know Where To Go From Here?

    Thu 16 Mar at 7.30pm
    Tickets £8 (work-in-progress)
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    A coming-of-age story exploring what it means to live well in times of change, uncertainty, and never-ending grief.
    Content Notice
    Running Time 40 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeContains reference to themes of loss/death and grief. One of the central themes of the show is about living in grief, and a key thread in the story is about losing a parent to cancer. Suitable for ages 16+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeLoud Noises, Strobe Lighting

    Steph wakes up in a strange space under a giant mound of clothes. There is no way out, no one able to help, and God is nowhere to be found. In an attempt to escape, she does the only thing she knows best: tidying up.

    In the process, she comes face to face with old wounds in regards to love, loss and everything in between. In this sea of clutter, will she manage to find a lifeline?

    Do You Know Where to Go From Here? is a coming of age story about a young woman navigating loss and uncertainty. Disarmingly honest, witty and based on real events, this is a story about reframing our way of being in this modern world, and living well in times of change.

    "Our children live in the most deprived ward in London and their parents cannot afford to pay for the classes and activities many more privileged children enjoy after school and at the weekends. A free-to-access youth group run by a local theatre in a professional setting is an incredible opportunity."

    Local school teacher