Emails unopened, cup-a-soup undrunk, a secret in the stock room: Emma Barnicott pines for a world beyond her trading estate office. When she meets a man online, Emma must decide if the chance of a fantastic love is worth trading for an imperfect life.
Multi-award-winning writer Bea Roberts tells a tender and truthful comedy like no other, using projectors, party rings and PowerPoint.
Nominated for a Total Theatre Award, this modern retelling of Flaubert’s Madame Bovary is the latest play from the writer of And Then Come The Nightjars.
Age guidance: 14+
“Utterly unique and exceptional in every way, it’s a heart-breaking story of a stunted life, told with theatrical verve and palpable compassion”
“Rare and extraordinary: exceptional storytelling that is full of theatrical spirit.”
"The best thing I’ve seen at the Fringe yet"
A Younger Theatre
“Completely different and deliciously quirky…this original show proved painfully funny and oddly moving.”
22 February 2017 - 8:00 pm
23 February 2017 - 8:00 pm
Full Price: £14 + fee*
Concessions: £12 + fee*
Members: £10 + fee*
*A transaction fee of £2 per booking will be applied to customers paying in person or over the phone with a credit or debit card (capped at £1 for a single ticket)