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    PAST LIFE

    Thu 9 Jun at 7pm
    Tickets £12/£10
    Past Life uses multi-sensory storytelling to provoke a dynamic and hard-hitting play which has you laughing and crying and questioning the world we live in. Past Life is a one person show that questions the normalisation of sexual assault in relationships, using soundscapes, projectors, creative captioning and audio descriptive language to create a new and vibrant way of making accessible theatre.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 80 minutes
    Captioned Performance
    Captioned Performance
    Relaxed Performance
    Relaxed Performance
    Audio Description
    Audio Description
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThemes of sexual assault, mental health, PTSD and trauma
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeFlashing lights

    A genre-bending, multi sensory exploration into the normalisation of sexual assault in relationships. Past Life follows Kiera through the stages of a breakup, we follow her (and Betty the Brain) as they navigate through their new life, full of art classes, boxing rings, tears, fights and coming to terms with trauma. Past Life creatively intertwines access into it's heart, using creative captioning, audio descriptive language and soundscapes to evoke a new and dynamic way of making theatre.

    Supported by Octagon Theatre and Awaiting ACE bid results

     

    Click here to watch the trailer for Past Life

    Tickets for PAST LIFE

    Thu 09 Jun, 19:00

    "Hats off to the CPT for this fine show, well researched and coming from a place of great passion... Comm­unity theatre at its most effective."

    Camden New Journal (Human Jam)