Friday 15 June at 7:30pm &
Saturday 16 June at 2:30pm & 7:30pm
The Albany Studio
Jamie and Naomi collide on a weekend that will cause them to question everything they ever thought they knew about themselves. Nick meets Karen and their lives will never be the same again.
In a world where love can be swiped on a whim and the path of your whole life is determined by the delay of just one train, is there ever the right time to say what you really feel?
Proforca Theatre Company presents this new piece of writing making its debut in Spring 2018 about a search for fulfilment, second-hand love and the hope of one day becoming something better than you are. Because sometimes, to follow your heart, you have to give it away to someone else.
“Simply staged and lovingly performed… A strong piece of writing succeeds in its aim to present a uniquely London take on love.” – ★★★★ (London Pub Theatres)
“Brilliant – every character so different from the other, and the deep message will make you ask yourself questions…” - ★★★★ (London Theatre Reviews)
“An extraordinary evening’s entertainment as it hops between being ingeniously witty and soul-wrenchingly moving” - ★★★★★ (The Spy in the Stalls)
Feel is written by James Lewis, directed by David Brady and received its London debut at the Lion and Unicorn Theatre in London in March 2018.
Full Price: £14.00
There are limited tickets available as part of our partnership scheme to; Under 25's, Refugees, Homeless and looked after children. Please contact box office for more information.
Age guidance: Considered suitable for ages 15+
Running time: 1 hours 55 mins (Including a 20 minute interval)
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