Since the accident, Kat is having trouble with her memory and the basics of everyday life. Her only escape from her muddled mind is a hospital ward TV.
A bombastic and comedic take on the realigning of one person’s mind.
Plunged into a world of confusion, this heart-warming story explores Kat’s recovery as she tries to fight her anxieties and conquer her fears.
However, the lines between reality and fantasy begin to blur and Kat will have to face some unusual visitors if she wants to get back to her old self…
A theatrical feast of witty dialogue, puppetry and original music create the surreal world Kat finds herself in, whilst never forgetting the sobering reality of the situation.
Mix-ups, mayhem and muscle memory. There’s never a dull moment.
PRESS + REVIEWS
Best Regional Fringe Production 2018 (Always Time For Theatre)
'I can't fault this show. It’s a brilliantly crafted piece which gets all the important parts right and then some - there’s meaning and importance to the story and there’s a pleasing amount of finely tuned comedy too - there is quite literally never a dull moment, and that’s really quite rare.' ***** Always Time For Theatre
'A delicate balance of humour and poignancy' **** Broadway Baby
'A very enjoyable and funny show. I would definitely recommend this one if you’re looking for a laugh.' **** Voice Mag
Book tickets for two or more theatre shows and pay £8 per ticket. Only available on selected shows:
Unsung | Seaside Terror | The Orange Peel | SAME SAME DIFFERENT | Ballet Central | The Cocoa Butter club I Raze Up: Showcase I The Trials of Oscar Wilde | The Haunting of Blaine Manor | Egg | 100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace | Private Lives | Another England
To redeem: call our box office on 0161 912 5616 or pop in Mon - Sat 10:00 - 17:00 (later on event nights) to book. This offer is not available online.
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60 mins, no interval.
- June 22, 2019, 8 p.m. → Book Now