The play is a love story about invisible disability.
Chris is a city lawyer; Jess is a Ph.D. student. Two ordinary people in a relationship who want to get on with their lives. The birth of their son and the economic crash create a catalyst of events that leads them to discover who they really are.
Can their relationship survive the challenges of accepting their newfound reality?
Director | Scott Hurran
Producer | Maeve O’Neill
Producing partners | Mercury Theatre Colchester
Additional tour venues | Oxford Playhouse; Norwich Arts Centre; Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury; Supported by Arts Council England
“I hope this play has a longer life, not only for its educational value but also as a calling card for a playwright at the top of her game.”
“As someone not with dyspraxia but a similar learning disability, it was incredibly close to home and therapeutic- it felt as if it may have changed my life!”
“A fantastic show- very touching and such fresh and truthful performances. It brought something very important into the light.”
“Nicola has cracked it and found an ideal cast- can’t wait for the FILM!”
“Excellent performance. Very relatable & articulate”
“As someone with dyspraxia it was really great to see it portrayed so honestly”
“Very moving, was diagnosed as an adult in October 2016, felt Jess’s pain!”