NEVER VERA BLUE - EDINBURGH FESTIVAL

Anatomy Lecture Theatre - Summerhall | 1-26 AUGUST 2018

By Alexandra Wood

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It’s hard to know things, isn’t it? Have you ever found that, it’s really hard to know.

She’s five foot five. She’s almost certain. But if she was the size she thinks she is she couldn’t be here and if she doesn’t even know her own dimensions, what hope is there at all?

Written in response to conversations with survivors of domestic abuse, Never Vera Blue is a disorientating story of one woman’s journey to recover who she is.  

From the city to the Kent coast, from a war-torn land to the pit of the stomach, Alexandra Wood’s new play explores just what it means to be made to doubt yourself and how to regain a sense of identity.

"reverberates quietly long after it’s over" ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Guardian (on Alexandra Wood’s The Human Ear)

creatives

Writer: Alexandra Wod
Director: Caroline Bryant
Designer: Futures Theatre
Composer: Lillian Henley
Movement Director: Diane Alison-Mitchell
Lighting Designer: Dylan Tate

CAST

Laura Dos Santos
 

PREVIEWS

Camden People's Theatre

24th and 25th July

7.15pm

dates and tickets

Anatomy Lecture Theatre

Summerhall

Summerhall Pl, Edinburgh EH9 1PL

1:05pm

1 - 26 August (no performances 13 and 20 August)

1 August - £5

2 August - £8

3 - 26 August £12 (£10)

A short film produced as part of our creative engagement programme 'An Alternative Life', written and directed by women who have survived domestic violence and abuse. Directed by Libby Knowles