How do we remember those who aren’t here anymore? Do we always put them on a pedestal?
Liam and Mitch haven’t seen each other since they lost Dylan. Trapped in a pub during a dead shift with nothing to do but wash glasses and eat Bombay mix, they start to dig deep into the past and try to get to the truth.
With humour and delicate storytelling, Cecilia Knapp’s sell-out play Losing the Night looks at the mental health crisis in the UK and the reality of bereavement though suicide; how we find joy and laughter again and how we reconcile the past.
Losing the Night is a show by poet and theatre maker Cecilia Knapp supported by the Arts Council.
Fees are £2.20 per transaction
Running time: 2 hours including interval
Suitable for all ages. Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult
Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance
A handful of tickets are available at just £5 each for GET IN members.