Many Moons (2016)
by Alice Birch
Juniper is looking for love, Robert is trying to avoid it, Ollie doesn’t know what it is, while Meg believes she will never experience it. On one hot July day in London the four of them orbit each other, unaware that they are rushing towards a single moment that could devastate them all. Alice Birch’s play is a taut modern piece of theatre that cleverly holds a glass to the obsessions of urban life.
- Meg - Catherine Ellis Raku-Evans
- Ollie - Edward Cherrie
- Juniper - Rebecca Crow
- Robert – Barry Heselden
- Assistant Director - Malcolm Woodman
- Stage Manager - Rodney Quinn
- Lighting Designer - Bob Callender
- Lighting Operator - Jason Salmon
- Set Construction - Caroline Doyle, cast and crew
- Poster & Programme Design - Bryon Fear
- Photographer - Mark Davies
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