Available to watch from 10 Nov 2022 19:30 until 28 Feb 2023 23:59
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "Tenderly funny and wonderfully optimistic." WestEndBestFriend
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "Intelligent approach to complex issues" The Reviews Hub
By Eilidh Nurse
Directed by Amelia Sears
A world premiere of this award-winning play-reading, starring Gary Lewis (Billy Elliot, Gangs of New York), Hiftu Quasem (Ten Percent, Killing Eve), Cristian Ortega (Vigil) and Lewis Mackinnon (Young Wallander).
‘I feel like I’ve lost all this time.’
Somewhere in Scotland, miles from anywhere, Bobby’s Caravan Park is struggling, in fact it’s crumbling. Janie is the only employee and she’s been stuck out here for longer than she cares to admit- and she’s drinking more than she’s willing to admit, yet frankly who cares anymore?
Ed can’t pass the Tesco quiz, he can’t go out in the rain without his cag in a bag, he can’t drive and he can’t help who he’s related to. But at least he’s got a new job... at Bobby’s Caravan park.
Hopes, dreams and families collide in this searing, tender yet funny play that asks what it means to process our past and the traumas that lie within.
Age guide: 14+ | Captions available | Run time: 80mins (approx.)
Content Warning - Please note that this play includes sensitive subject matter, including reference to sexual assault.
Filmed by North South