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    Ella Rowdon presents

    Wasp

    Fri 5th -Sun 7th August at 7pm
    Tickets £12
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    As they are interrogated by an expert, five friends of Peter King wonder why he chose to end his own life, and how they can now continue. A fictional story based on the recollections of real people, Wasp is an exploration of mental illness, and whether those who knew Peter in life can ever find a reason for his death. Wasp is a play that explores the themes of mortality, life and love.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 85 minutes
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeThemes of suicide and mental illness, and some verbal religious opposition

    To book tickets, head to the Camden Fringe website - https://camden.ssboxoffice.com/events/wasp/

    Maybe it's just...a symptom of social media. Or a side effect of being young. Or a man. Or. Maybe it has always been there.'

    As they are interrogated by an expert, five friends of Peter King wonder why he chose to end his own life, and how they can now continue. A fictional story based on the recollections of real people, Wasp is an exploration of mental illness, and whether those who knew Peter in life can ever find a reason for his death.

    Wasp is a play that explores the themes of mortality, life and love.

    'It is honest, and raw and touches on the feelings of love that we have for one another, by addressing the subject of how we lose people' - Molly Phillis, The Concrete Newspaper

    Supported by donations from Just Giving

    "It is honest, and raw and touches on the feelings of love that we have for one another, by addressing the subject of how we lose people"
    Molly Phillis, The Concrete Newspaper
    "It's a complex, nuanced discussion on a complex, nuanced issue"
    David McCabe, Ned Fleeman Productions
    "Wasp is one of the bravest and most incredible plays I have seen in a long time. It focussed strongly on mental health and the process of grief and guilt. These films are discussed with such direction and passion, and it is clear that there is so much res"
    Leia Butler, Audience Member
    "There were some truths spoken during the scenes which have stayed with me. Overall I thought it was very sensitively handled and excellently executed"
    Olli Gillo, Audience Member

    “British theatre would be completely stymied without tiny, under-resourced venues such as CPT, which are a critical part of the theatre ecology.”

    Lyn Gardner Stagedoor