A timely & strange tragedy for ordinary folks

30 Jul to 31 Jul

Full price: £10 Concessions: £7
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Produced and presented by Wretched Strangers
Hosted by The Cockpit


A mining town without a mine. Four strangers have lost everything that they thought they was secure.  At night they walk the abandoned pit looking for answers to their questions, and instead they find:

Violet. Violet is the most wonderful, kind and understanding answer that any of them could have possibly dreamed of – and she doesn’t even have to say a word.

Five strangers, four voices. Earthbound by Carole Frechette tells the story of extraordinary, ethereal Violet and how she came to be in this deserted mine. Or maybe, it actually tells four completely different stories. A tale filled with dark humour and tenderness, Earthbound is a timely and strange tragedy for ordinary folks.

Earthbound, written by Quebecois playwright Carole Frechette, is making its UK and English language premiere at the Cockpit as part of Camden Fringe.

Directed by Sarah Teale
Starring Paloma Jacob-Duvernet, Massimo Guasti, Piotr Mirowski, Mylene Tissi and Camille Wilhelm

Wretched Strangers is a European theatre company which aims to give a voice to foreigners living in the UK.

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Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st July - 7pm