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    Stacey Cullen presents

    Scent

    Sat 29 Jul - Sun 30 Jul at 7.15pm
    Tickets £8
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    Jamie, once a talented sommelier, is spiralling. After a difficult year, her sister encourages her to start anew – how do you begin again when letting go feels utterly untenable?



    Content Notice
    Running Time 40 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeReferences to death, depression, alcohol use. Strong language/swearing throughout. Age Guidance 16+
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeFood/Drinks consumed by performers

    Meet Jamie. 

    Jamie knows wine. But she won't drink rosé. She can't. Instead she's drinking bottle after bottle of cheap red wine, her preferred chaser for an ever increasing dose of Prozac. Whatever will help her to bury what needs burying while still maintaining base functions... like baking a loaf of honey and oat bread. Or taking a walk in the rain.

    But she is trying to dig her way out. And maybe really, truly confronting the sordid, the wondrous, the painful things that brought her here... maybe that is just the rope she needs.

    Let her tell you her story. 

    Scent is a solo show about the iron grip of grief, the unwieldiness of love, and the joy and the pain of remembering. See it first, in these pre-Edinburgh Fringe previews. 

    Written and performed by Stacey Cullen. Directed by Erin Boyes.

    Follow Scent on Twitter (@scenttheplay) and Instagram (@scent.play).

    Thank you for allowing artists to take creative risks, the world needs it now more than ever.

    Programmed artist