The War On Terry

from Influencing Machine

“My girlfriend thinks I’m obsessed with death. Well maybe I am, but only as much as the next rotting sack of bones.”

It’s Terry’s birthday. At 27, he is now older than his older brother Danny.

With a shoebox full of dead ladybirds, Terry reminisces over their childhood, whilst fighting to come to terms with his regrets over how things could have been different. A darkly comic monologue about boys, Christmas socks and not growing up.

Developed in support of the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) from a multi-award-nominated young playwright.

"A show with guts, pathos and a terrific understanding of the anguish of families"
"Outstanding performance by Steve Conlin"
"Leaves you questioning if you’re crying or laughing for the right reasons"Audience Reactions

Written by: Hugh Dichmont
Directed by: Louisa Sanfey
Performed by: Steve Conlin
Set & Costume by: Connie Burley

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through the Arts Council England.

15th & 17th July (2.30pm-3.25pm) and 16th July (1pm-1.55pm)

£6-£8

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