A Story Of Family Love & Opening Up To Grief

5 Dec

Advance: £10. On the door: £15. Concessions: £9

Produced by Talespin Theatre Company
Presented by The Cockpit

Fom Talespin Theatre company, comes a true story of one family's grief.
The highs and lows of the aftermath and the mental and emotional strain.
From the true life experiences of Marissa Moore herself.

The show made it's debut at the GM Fringe in 2019 with 5 star review.

About the show:

STAGES By Jordan Kennedy and Marissa Moore is part of National Grief Awareness Week, in partnership with The Good Grief Trust.

Nothing is stronger than a family bond. Or is it? A family, with words unspoken leads them down a tricky path. The past is too painful, the future too uncertain.
Ellie, the eldest is isolated at university with no one to really talk to, the family back home seem to have each other, but are equally alone.

What will it take to bring this family back together? Can they revisit the past, face their fears, and pain before it’s too late? A play about family love and opening up to grief.

About Talespin:

Since it's inception, Talespin has been dedicated in creating thought provoking and spectacular productions in the industry.

Talespin is a company like no other. Taking classical theatre, debuting new writing, making theatre accessible and as exciting for everyone.

All of our artists and team members are from diverse backgrounds, bringing new experiences to not only our audience, but to actors too.

In 2018, 'Somme Men' was directed, written and produced by the company and performed at The Kings Arms Salford to packed out audiences and recieved 5 star reviews.

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Read the Review here  

Thursday 5th December - 7:30pm