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A Cracked Plaster Sky

Tue 24- Sat 28 Oct, 7.30pm

| £15 | £12 concessions

Please note, this production contains scenes of sexual violence.

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“And it is then
I finally realise.

I am lost”

Inspired by real stories of women working in street prostitution, A Cracked Plaster Sky tells the irreverent and painfully amusing story of Grace, and the voice inside her head. A voice that, despite poverty, violence, imprisonment, estrangement and despair, won’t shut up. Told over 70 years, the story strips to the bone, a fleshy raw life, and an entire generation and their dreams. It proposes a different way of being. It reveals other shining universes.

A Futures Theatre Production, written by renowned playwright Kay Adshead

On Thursday 26th October we will be holding a free post-show Q&A for all members of the A Cracked Plaster Sky audience. The Q&A will feature:

Kay Adshead – writer of the play.

Janet Etuk – who plays the central character of Grace

Angie Conway – an experienced support worker who worked with Futures Theatre and Trust Women’s Project


★★★★ “Essential watching”
The Independent (for A Bogus Woman, UK Tour 2015)

This event is part of Perception 2017
A festival about going against the tide (3 – 28 October 2017).
Full programme AVAILABLE HERE