by Tamsin Omond
Part of the John Thaw Initiative
Curated by Otherland Theatre
Summer 2019: one of the hottest on record. Jack is on their way to join Extinction Rebellion protests that have taken over the city and captured London's imagination. This is the movement that they have been waiting for and they are going to give it everything they have got.
But will joining these protests be enough to avert catastrophe or does this existential threat need more than action for action's sake? As Jack cycles into town to join the rebels on the streets, Jack pushes against their own limits and the limits of doing things the way that they've always been done.
It's The End of The World but This Bitch Can Heal is a play about the end of the world. It's also a play about hitting the limits of our own imagination, recognising where we are and instead of finding the strength to GO ON, chilling the fuck out, asking for help and giving yourself space to heal.
An intimate solo show told at the speed of bike.
Director Dani Singer
Photo credit: Max Herridge
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