What do we make with our lives?
An artist worries that his work has lost its way.
An architect wants to see her buildings a final time.
A changing landscape is searching for itself.
This performance is a story about what we value as we go along, and how we choose to present it to ourselves and others.
It features bubble-wrap, party games, museums and ants.
And ice cream.
So if you’re lost, close your eyes for a moment and think about the ice cream.
Funny, melancholy, surreal, mind-expanding; Ben Moor’s shows are sometimes difficult to describe, but impossible to forget.
After the rip-roaring success of her debut novel ANIMALS, the wonderful Emma Jane Unsworth is coming to the Crow to discuss ADULTS, her second novel. This story addresses the difficulties of modern womanhood and is an acutely observed, tender and funny read. Also, if you’re interested in screenwriting, Emma will be discussing how she undertook the writing of the screenplay of her first book and her experience of taking the page to the big screen.
Tickets £7.50 (includes a vino)