“The culmination of eighteen months of research that I have undertaken at St Mungo’s, New Horizons and Cardboard Citizens.”
WHO: Emma Bentley, Performer & Co-Writer
WHAT: “Molly is unpacking the in/consequential moments of her life. The un/usual, in/significant, un/interesting moments. But these un/remarkable moments brought about an un/remarkable change in Molly’s life. At just nineteen years old, following the death of her mother, with deteriorating mental health, and no network of support, Molly finds herself homeless. From the team behind the 2015 Edinburgh success, To She or Not to She, joue le genre return to the Festival Fringe, working with Calum Finlay (National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Almeida Theatre).”
WHERE: Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33)
WHEN: 12:45 (60 min)
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Is this your first time to Edinburgh?
The company is returning to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the second time after taking To She or Not To She to Pleasance Courtyard in 2015.
Tell us about your show.
Our show is a one-woman play that addresses youth homelessness through the use of television screens, live cameras and recorded sound. It has been co-written by myself and Calum Finlay, as the culmination of eighteen months of research that I have undertaken at St Mungo’s, New Horizons and Cardboard Citizens. This is the premiere of the show, excluding a few previews in London before we traveled up to Edinburgh!
What should your audience see at the festivals after they’ve seen your show?
The Shape of the Pain at Summerhall- we cannot wait to see it!
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