The purpose of the Q&A is to further engage with the audience:
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Please see the list of all our shows below.
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Connie’s Colander is our most toured play, notching up over 45 shows since 2015. It depicts the relationship of a mother and daughter and the impact of the mother’s dementia on their shared cookery show, and their lives. We have partnered with a range of dementia specialists from the NHS , Alzheimer’s UK and many local dementia advisory services.
Home Instead, Chichester & Bognor Regis
Dementia Friendly, Worthing
As part of 'Dry January' 2018, commissioned by the NHS, we toured our play DRY to highlight the affects of alcohol on middle aged middle class families. Below is a list of supporting organisations that formed part of our Q&A panel, as well as resources for further reading relating to addiction and recovery.
Below is a list of recommended books relating to addiction and recovery.
Living Sober AA book
The Road Less Travelled
By Scott Peck
THE FOURTH DOG
The Fourth Dog focused on three generations of a family with breast cancer as it’s central theme. Partnering with Against Breast Cancer in 2017 following the Q&A’s we were able to offer afterthought tables for people to receive personal advice such as the correct breast checking procedure.
The Hummingbird Cancer Support & Therapy Centre
Against Breast Cancer
Flat 73 explored the themes of loneliness and suicide in the lives of four very different people and also the role of the Samaritans. We partnered with Samaritans for two tours of this play in 2016 and 2017 and recruited volunteers for them and other organisations who support isolated individuals.
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