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Duration: 1hr 15mins

Seating: Unreserved seated

How can we find hope when the world feels like it’s in such a mess? 

England 2024. Rat and Murphy are two disabled people who find themselves running for their lives, but the odds are against them. Murphy, a 55 year old veteran of the welfare state, and his younger companion Rat, who believes she can change the world, would normally go to the ends of the earth to avoid each other. They’re thrown together as they both take refuge in an empty house to avoid being sent to holding camps by the state.

Their stories unfold as they fight for their right to occupy the house.

In this story full of heart and human spirit, the worlds of two weird and wonderful characters collide as they try to find a way to survive.

A Little Cog production in association with ARC Stockton, originally commissioned as part of Cultural Shift.

Written and Directed by Vici Wreford-Sinnott

Performed by Philippa Cole and Andrew McLay with BSL interpretation by Sue Lee

All performances are BSL interpreted  Sign1.jpgand have integrated audio description

An informal Q&A will be held after each performance.


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